Harold Holzer in Conversation with Jonathan Karl: The Presidents vs. The Press

Join National Humanities Medal-winning scholar Harold Holzer for a conversation with Emmy-winning journalist Jonathan Karl on the tumultuous battles between presidents and the press—from George Washington to Donald Trump.

Drawing on extensive research for his new book, The Presidents vs. The Press, Holzer sheds new light on the complex relationships between presidents and journalists across the ideological spectrum, arguing that a free press—and the inherent tension of holding those in power to account—is critical to our republic. Explore what this relationship reveals about the presidency, the press, and democracy itself.











When: Mon., Oct. 26, 2020 at 8:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $20
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Join National Humanities Medal-winning scholar Harold Holzer for a conversation with Emmy-winning journalist Jonathan Karl on the tumultuous battles between presidents and the press—from George Washington to Donald Trump.

Drawing on extensive research for his new book, The Presidents vs. The Press, Holzer sheds new light on the complex relationships between presidents and journalists across the ideological spectrum, arguing that a free press—and the inherent tension of holding those in power to account—is critical to our republic. Explore what this relationship reveals about the presidency, the press, and democracy itself.

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