Jonathan Darman is a journalist and historian who writes about American politics and the presidency. He is the author of the new book, BECOMING FDR: THE PERSONAL CRISIS THAT MADE A PRESIDENT. It tells the story how midlife infection from the polio virus upended Franklin Roosevelt's life, transformed his character and created his powers as an inspiring and compassionate leader. Jonathan's book LANDSLIDE: LYNDON JOHNSON AND RONALD REAGAN AT THE DAWN OF A NEW AMERICA chronicled a thousand consequential days in the 1960s through the eyes of two iconic American presidents. As a former national political correspondent for Newsweek, Jonathan covered the presidential campaigns of Hillary Clinton, John Kerry and Mitt Romney and wrote extensively about other major figures in national politics and media. He covered the 2004 presidential campaign for the magazine’s special election project, which garnered the National Magazine Award for Single Topic Issue. Jonathan has also appeared frequently as a commentator on politics and presidential history on broadcast television, cable news and public radio. Jonathan is a graduate of Harvard College where he studied American history and literature. He lives in Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley.Read more Read less
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