William Greider is the National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation and is the author of Come Home, America: The Rise and Fall (and Redeeming Promise) of Our Country, Rodale, just published.
William Greider, a prominent political journalist and author, has been a reporter for more than 35 years for newspapers, magazines and television. Over the past two decades, he has persistently challenged mainstream thinking on economics.
Greider was the National Affairs Editor at Rolling Stone magazine, and worked at the Washington Post for fifteen years as a national correspondent, editor and columnist. While at the Post, he broke the story of how David Stockman, Ronald Reagan’s budget director, grew disillusioned with supply-side economics and the budget deficits that policy caused, which still burden the American economy.
He is the author of the national bestsellers One World, Ready or Not, Secrets of the Temple and Who Will Tell The People. Greider has also served as a correspondent for six Frontline documentaries on PBS, including “Return to Beirut,” which won an Emmy in 1985. He currently lives in Washington, DC.