Tom Rosenstiel

Tom Rosenstiel is a veteran observer of the political and media scene in Washington, DC. The executive director of the American Press Institute and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, he was the founder of the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, as well as a correspondent for Newsweek and the Los Angeles Times. Tom has written seven books of nonfiction. Shining City is his first novel.


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Merely Judgment

Tom Rosenstiel talks about his new book, “Shining City.”...

Merely Judgment


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