David S. Broder, Op-Ed Columnist
Broder's final column for The Washington Post.
 
Broder said he thought 1960 was the best campaign he'd ever cover. But 2008 was even better.
 
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The columnist recounts his first political convention and the convention that nominated John F. Kennedy. Video by Tom Kennedy, Ed O'Keefe/washingtonpost.com, Photos: Corbis, Getty, AP
 
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In this column, Broder reflected on the Rodney King beating, the Los Angeles riots and the state of race relations in America.
 
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This analysis of the 1972 presidential election was among the columns for which Broder received the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Dec. 11, 1998.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Aug. 19, 1998.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Feb. 18, 1998.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Nov. 7, 1996
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Oct. 12, 1990.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Aug. 20, 1996.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Nov. 2, 1980.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Dec. 30, 1998.
 
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Editor's Note: This piece was originally published on Nov. 6, 1994.
 

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