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Steven V. Roberts (born February 11, 1943 in Bayonne, New Jersey) is an American journalist, writer, political commentator.

Roberts grew up in Bayonne, New Jersey and graduated from Bayonne High School.[1] He attended Harvard where he served as editor of the student newspaper, The Harvard Crimson. After graduating with a B.A. in Government in 1964, Roberts was hired by The New York Times as research assistant to James Reston, then the paper's Washington, D.C. bureau chief. He was a senior writer at U.S. News & World Report for seven years where he is now a contributing editor. As a Washington pundit, Roberts appears regularly on ABC Radio, Washington Week in Review, CNN, Hardball with Chris Matthews. He often fills in as substitute host of The Diane Rehm Show on National Public Radio. He also appears regularly on America Abroad. Roberts has taught journalism and political communication at The George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs since 1997.

Roberts and his wife, Cokie Roberts, write a nationally syndicated newspaper column and are contributing writers for USA Weekend, a Sunday magazine that appears in 500 newspapers nationwide. In February 2000 they jointly published From This Day Forward. They have two children, Lee and Rebecca, and six grandchildren.

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Books by Steve Roberts

  • From Every End of This Earth: 13 Families and the New Lives They Made in America, 2009.
  • My Fathers' Houses, 2005.
  • From This Day Forward, (with Cokie Roberts), Morrow, 2000.

References

  1. ^ "Author Roberts comes to Bayonne". The Jersey Journal (The Evening Journal Association). December 5, 2009. http://www.nj.com/news/jjournal/bayonne/index.ssf?/base/news-5/1259997955315960.xml&coll=3. Retrieved December 5, 2009.  

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