NY Times Columnist Frank Rich on Think Youth

The Think Youth show is hosted by teenagers. Progressive, motivated teenagers with a passion for politics and a tool to broadcast their opinions. What were you doing when you were a teenager?

Today, Frank Rich of the NY Times will join the Think Youth show at 7pm ET to discuss his new book “The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Decline and Fall of Truth from 9/11 to Katrina.” From his website:

FrankRich Frank Rich became a New York Times Op-Ed columnist in 1994 after serving for thirteen years as the newspaper’s chief drama critic. He has written about culture and politics for many other publications and was on the staffs of Time, the New York Post, and New Times magazine after starting his career as a founding editor of The Richmond Mercury, a weekly newspaper, in the early 1970s. He is the author of Ghost Light, a childhood memoir; Hot Seat: Theater Criticism for The New York Times, 1980-1993; and The Theatre Art of Boris Aronson, coauthored with Lisa Aronson.

Rich was a guest on The Colbert Report, which is always good for a laugh and demonstrates his sense of humor.

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