Culture Worrier: Selected Columns 1984a 2014: Reflections on Race, Politics and Social Change

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About the Author

Clarence Page is a syndicated columnist and member of the Chicago Tribune editorial board. He won the 1989 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. He first joined the paper in 1969, and he has been a member of the editorial board since 1984. He lives outside Washington, D.C., with his wife and son.


Advance praise for CULTURE WORRIER

"In these columns you'll get the benefit not just of what this great journalist has covered but what he's been through as a man. What could be more important?" --Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's Hardball and best-selling author

Praise for Clarence Page's previous book, Showing My Color

"Penetrating, often moving." --The New York Times Book Review

"Page toes no political line, his book...contains a rich vein of common sense." --USA Today

"Pragmatic, a skeptical liberal whose views are shaped by experience.... Lucid." --Publishers Weekly

"[An] absorbing, audacious and immensely enjoyable collection of essays." --San Francisco Chronicle Examiner

"Sensible, sensitive, and self-possessed...His innate gentlemanliness allows him, however, to discuss such heat-generating topics...without adding fuel to any fires. His democratic decency compels him to assay inflammatory rhetoric and clever political pleading for the grains of truth in them and to name those truths even when they are not flattering to their speakers or to society." --Booklist


1989 Pulitzer Prize winner for Commentary
Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
1992 inductee into the Chicago Journalism Hall of Fame
1980 Illinois United Press International (UPI) award for investigative series title "The Black Tax"
1976 Edward Scott Beck Award for overseas reporting in southern Africa.
1972 Pulitzer Prize winner as part of Chicago Tribune vote fraud investigation