By Tom Price

Changing the Face of Hunger

By Tony Hall with Tom Price

W Publishing Group, 2006 

 

One man's story of how liberals, conservatives, Democrats, Republicans and people of faith are joining forces to help the hungry, the poor and the oppressed 
 

             "This is the story of one man who urges the whole human family to take a stand."  -- Rep. John Lewis, civil rights leader

            "Using both the voice of reason and the voice of passion, this collection of amazing stories will compel you to think about what we must do together to end poverty and hunger." -- Rick Warren, author, The Purpose Driven Life

            "Tony Hall is a hero to the widest spectrum of Americans and citizens of the world because of who he is and what he's done for the poor" -- Al Franken, comedian, liberal commentator

            "Tony Hall is a rarity in public life: an honest politician who cares more about others than himself." -- Cal Thomas, conservative commentator 

 

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Washington, DC, Free & Dirt Cheap
By Tom Price and Susan Crites Price
Wiley Publishing, 2010


     The Prices' latest travel guide shows how Washington deserves to be called the capital of the free world for two reasons: It's the capital of the planet's most powerful democracy. It also has countless things to see and do for free, as well as restaurants and hotels that you can patronize without raiding your retirement account. Click below to read about this and the Prices' other guidebooks -- Washington, DC, for Dummies and the Irreverent Guide to Washington, DC.


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Beyond Control
How Social Media and Mobile Communication Are Changing Public Affairs
Foundation for Public Affairs, 2011
 

     Click below to read this and Tom's other reports for the Foundation for Public Affairs: Creating a Digital Democracy: The Impact of the Internet on Public Policy Making; Cyber Activism: Advocacy Groups and the Internet; Public Affairs Strategies in the Internet Age; Activists in the Boardroom: How Advocacy Groups Seek to Shape Corporate Behavior; Promoting CEO Engagement in Public Affairs; When Disaster Strikes: A New Guide to Crisis Management; and Managing Risk: Public Affairs and Enterprise Risk Management.
 

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Reporting: The Rolling Stone Style
 

     This anthology of Rolling Stone's best journalism contains Tom's comprehensive and passionate reporting about the deadly Buffalo Creek flood in West Virginia coal country and its aftermath.

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May-Jun-12 Pacific Standard

 

     Read Tom's work for Pacific Standard online magazine (previously Miller-McCune.com), which proclaims itself to be "essential reading for policymakers, thought leaders, and influential audiences interested in the latest innovation and ingenuity (that shape) research, industry, and global policy."

 

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CQ Researcher
 

    

     Click below to read about some of Tom's work for CQ Researcher, the weekly magazine that publishes in-depth reports about the most important public issues. Tom's pieces have covered such topics as the Internet's impact on politics, the future of journalism, the future of science, corporate social responsibility, the new environmentalism and the soaring cost of college.
 

 

 

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CQ Global Researcher
 

    

     Click below to read about Tom's work for CQ Global Researcher, the online magazine that covers global issues from a global perspective. Tom's pieces have reported on the debate over  the value of the United Nations, and the spread of science from the United States and other traditional scientific powers to India, China and other developing countries.
 

 

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Optics &Photonics News

 

     For eight years, Tom wrote a public affairs column for the science magazine Optics & Photonics News. Click below to read some of them.
 

 

 

 

 

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Future of Journalism

    

     View Tom discussing the future of journalism at the Ohio University journalism school, his alma mater.
 

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