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Richard Reeves wrote about politics for far more than 50 yrs and released books on Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy and other American presidents.
NEW YORK — Richard Reeves, an author and syndicated columnist who wrote about politics for more than 50 decades and printed textbooks on Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy and other American presidents, has died at age 83.
Reeves son’ Jeffrey Reeves told The Linked Push that his father died Wednesday in Los Angeles and had been in failing health.
Reeves was a New York Town native who labored as a journalist for substantially of the 1960s, together with several many years with The New York Situations. He introduced his to start with ebook, on then-President Gerald Ford, in 1975, and 4 several years later on started a weekly column that was syndicated for a long time. He turned a repeated commentator on PBS and even appeared on the “Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson.
His stage of watch was clear. He opposed the Iraq War, faulted President Ronald Reagan for favoring the wealthy and wrote in a 2004 column: “I am generally impressed when I get letters, a lot of of them, accusing me of being a ‘liberal’ or, a large amount worse, an ‘elitist.’ Sure, I am. Hello there!”
His other publications incorporated “President Kennedy: Profile of Electricity,” “President Nixon: Alone in the White House” and “What The People today Know: Independence and the Press.”
His most latest publication was “Infamy: The Shocking Story of the Japanese American Internment in World War II,” which came out in 2015.
Reeves was married twice, and had five youngsters.