Steven A. Holmes is an editor in the Washington Bureau of “The New York Times” where he supervises coverage of a wide range of issues. Prior to becoming an editor, he was a reporter in the bureau for 11 years, during which time he covered race and demographic issues, Congress, the Presidential campaigns of Pat Buchanan and H. Ross Perot, and the State Department. He is the author of “Ron Brown: An Uncommon Life,” a biography of the late Commerce Secretary and Chairman of the Democratic Party. He wrote on the articles and helped edit many of the others in the Times’ 15-part series “How Race Is Lived In America,” which won a Pulitzer Prize in 2001.
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