About Michael Goodwin
Michael Goodwin is the chief political columnist for the New York Post and nypost.com, writing on national, international, and New York issues in a full-page column that appears each Wednesday and Sunday. Goodwin also offers commentary on the Fox News Channel and various radio stations. Before joining the Post in 2009, he was the political columnist for the New York Daily News. Goodwin also served as the Daily News’ executive editor and editorial page editor. In 1999, he led the editorial board to its first Pulitzer Prize in fifty eight years for a series of editorials revealing corruption at the famed Apollo Theatre. His editorial board also received the George Polk Award in 2000 for securing basic rights for migrant farm workers. Goodwin is the coauthor of I, Koch, a 1985 unauthorized biography of New York’s former mayor Edward I. Koch. Goodwin began his career as a reporter and City Hall bureau chief for the New York Times. He served for three years as an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and was a juror for the Pulitzer Prizes.
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