Robert Shogan, Adjunct Faculty

Robert Shogan was the national political correspondent for the Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau for 30 years. His books include: Bad News: Where the Press Goes Wrong in the Making of the President; The Double-Edged Sword: How Character Makes and Ruins Presidents, from Washington to Clinton; Hard Bargain: How FDR Twisted Churchill’s Arm, Evaded the Law and Changed the American Presidency; and Riddle of Power: Presidential Leadership from Truman to Bush. His most recent book, The Battle of Blair Mountain, was cited a one of the “notable books of the year” in 2004 by the Christian Science Monitor.