Curt Smith is among America's leading authorities on politics and sports. NBC Television’s Bob Costas says, "Curt stands up for the beauty of words." National Journal's Tom DeFrank calls him "an elegant writer and marvelous reporter." Mr. Smith is a GateHouse Media columnist, Upstate New York political analyst, Associated Press award-winning radio commentator, former Presidential speechwriter, having written more addresses than anyone else for President George H. W. Bush, and author, his seventeen books including Voices of the Game, adapted for ESPN TV. His newest book is The Presidents and the Pastime: The History of Baseball and the White House. Mr. Smith has been named to the prestigious Judson Welliver Society of former Presidential speechwriters.
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