Speaker - Gerald C. Lubenow

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Jerry Lubenow consults on a wide variety of projects for Center on Politics and the Publications Division at the Institute of Governmental Studies. He received his B.A. from Harvard and did graduate work in journalism at the University of Wisconsin. He joined Newsweek as a correspondent in 1965 and served as bureau chief in San Francisco and London from 1969 to 1989. He covered the presidential campaigns of George Wallace, Hubert Humphrey, George McGovern, Jerry Brown, and Ronald Reagan. Lubenow received the Gavel Award of the American Bar Association and two Page One Awards from the Newspaper Guild of New York, one for National Reporting and another for News Feature Writing. He is the Editor of California Votes: The 1990 Governor's Race, California Votes: the 1994 Governor's Race, and California Votes: the 1998 Governor's Race.

4 Programs

Samuel Popkin: What it Takes to Become President in 2012

06.25.12 | 01:04:57 min | 0 comments

How Candidates and Elections Are Sold to Us

01.28.08 | 01:04:17 min | 3 comments

John Dean: Broken Government

10.01.07 | 01:06:21 min | 0 comments

Kevin Phillips: American Theocracy

04.18.07 | 01:06:05 min | 2 comments