Awards & Winners

Richard Strout

Date of Birth 14-March-1898
Place of Birth Cohoes
(Albany County, New York)
Nationality United States of America
Also know as Richard Lee Strout
Profession Journalist, Commentator
Richard Lee Strout was an American journalist and commentator. He was national correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor from 1923 and he wrote the "TRB from Washington" column for The New Republic from 1943 to 1983; he collected the best of his columns in TRB: Views and Perspectives on the Presidency, a book notable for showing that Strout was one of the first observers of the American presidency to express worry about what later scholars and journalists came to call the imperial presidency.

Awards by Richard Strout

Check all the awards nominated and won by Richard Strout.


Pulitzer Prize Special Citations and Awards
(For distinguished commentary from Washington over many years as staff correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor and contributor to The New Republic.)