Hedrick Smith Biography
Hedrick Smith is a renowned writer and journalist from the United States who as of now works for the website ReclaimTheAmericanDream.org and the YouTube channel The People vs. The Politicians as the Executive Editor. He formerly worked for the New York Times as a Washington Bureau Chief, Moscow Bureau Chief, and Deputy National Editor.
Hedrick Smith Age
On July 9, 1933, Hedrick Smith was born in Kilmacolm, Scotland. He is 89 years old.
Hedrick Smith Height
Hedrick stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
Hedrick Smith Family
Hedrick’s parents raised him in Kilmacolm, Scotland, where he was born and raised. He is the son of Greenville, South Carolina, resident Sterling L. Smith, and the late Phebe Hedrick Smith. The textile business that is now known as Milliken & Company, Deering-Milliken, was where his father worked as a management consultant until he retired.
Hedrick Smith Wife
Hedrick is happily hitched to Susan Zox Eidenberg, who works at Children’s Hospital National Medical Center in Washington as the temporary director of public relations. The couple got hitched in March 1987. He married Ann Bickford on June 29, 1957, and they separated in December 1985. Laurel Ann, Jennifer Laurence, Sterling Scott, and Lesley Roberts are his four children.
Hedrick Smith Education
Hedrick attended The Choate School (now Choate Rosemary Hall) in Wallingford, Connecticut, and Williams College, where he earned a B.A. in American history and literature in 1955. As a Fulbright Scholar, Hedrick studied PPE (Politics, Philosophy, and Economics) at Oxford University from 1955 to 1956. He worked in the United States Air Force from 1956 until 1959. He was awarded a Nieman Fellowship to study Russian at Harvard University in 1969.
Hedrick Smith Salary
Hedrick receives an annual salary of $98,893.
Hedrick Smith’s Net Worth
Hedrick’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Hedrick Smith Career
He works for the YouTube channel The People vs. The Politicians and ReclaimTheAmericanDream.org as the Executive Editor. He formerly worked for the New York Times as a Washington Bureau Chief, Moscow Bureau Chief, and Deputy National Editor.
He published his book The Russians on January 1, 1976. He has done in this book what we all hope we could do: he has traveled to Russia and spoken to the people. Hedrick has spoken to peasants and bureaucrats, artists and officials, in steaming samovars, tiny flats, and on dirt floors. Hedrick has researched their customs and governments, and he shares his unique findings and new ideas with us.
His book The Power Game: How Washington Works was released on September 29, 1996. His best-selling book, The Power Game, was made into a four-hour documentary series in 1989 and 1990. This marked the beginning of a 25-year television production career that produced 26 prime-time specials and mini-series for PBS and gave viewers an inside look at how power politics function – or don’t function – in Washington.
He is the author of the nonfiction book Who Stole the American Dream?, which was released by Random House in 2012. The book details the consolidation of wealth in the United States as well as the demise of the middle class.
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