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#NYTReadalong | Adam Nagourney (NYT Political Reporter; Author)

Updated: Dec 3, 2023

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Our #NYTReadalong guest this week is Adam Nagourney, a national political reporter for The New York Times based in Los Angeles. We will be live on Sunday at 11:30am ET / 8:30am PT (three hours later than our usual Sunday morning time slot). Adam is the author of "The Times: How the Newspaper of Record Survived Scandal, Scorn and the Transformation of Journalism."

The book was reviewed in The New York Times by Alan Rusbridger, editor in chief of The Guardian from 1995 to 2015. He chairs the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford and edits Prospect magazine.

He writes, in part, “It is not necessarily a book for those who have a favorite restaurant but would rather not know what goes on in the kitchen. Nagourney describes his journalistic colleagues as “by their nature self-reliant, secretive, insecure, competitive, sensitive and suspicious. They have sprawling egos and high self-regard.” That isn’t even half of it. Numerous passages are devoted to rivalries, feuds, conspiracies, squabbling, bullying and jostling for position.”

Adam writes biographical stories, news features and analysis of major events in the 2024 presidential campaign.

He was previously The Times’s West Coast culture reporter, the Los Angeles bureau chief, chief national political reporter and a New York metropolitan political reporter.

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George Vecsey
George Vecsey
03 dic 2023

Real Estate section: great feature on a gardening program for people with developmental problems. By Margaret Roach, gardening expert, whose dad James Roach was a long-time sports editor at the NYT.

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