Bozell has also appeared on nationally syndicated television and radio shows such as CNN's Crossfire, Larry King Live, Nightline, and Headline News.
Sanford J. Ungar is dean of the School of Communication at American' University in Washington D.C. His career in print and broadcast journalism spans more than two decades. Ungar has been the host of All Things Considered on National Public Radio and has hosted "The CBS News Night Watch." He has been Washington editor of The Atlantic, managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine, a staff writer for The Washington Post, and a regular contributor to The Economist. He was a correspondent for United Press International in Paris and for Newsweek in Nairobi. Ungar's book, The Papers & the Papers: An Account of the Legal and Political Battle Over the Pentagon Papers (1972), won the George Polk Award in 1973. Other books include the bestseller Africa: The People and Politics of an Emerging Continent (1985), Estrangement: America and the World (1985), and FBI: An Uncensored Look Behind the Walls (1976), Ungar's recently completed book We Call Ourselves American: The New Immigrants is scheduled to be released by Simon & Schuster in 1995.
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