Race or Ethnicity: White
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Conservative commentator on FOX News
Crowley was hired as Foreign Policy Assistant to Richard M. Nixon (1990-94), after she wrote the ex-President a letter, having admired his books. She later wrote two works on her experiences in this period, giving her a foothold in the world of punditry.
An apology appeared in the Wall Street Journal regarding an article written by Crowley, with regards to apparent plagiarism:
There are striking similarities in phraseology between "The Day Richard Nixon Said Goodbye", an editorial feature Monday by Monica Crowley, and a 1988 article by Paul Johnson in Commentary magazine... Had we known of the parallels, we would not have published the article.
Crowley is now a conservative commentator on FOX News.
Sister: Dr. Jocelyn Crowley (married to Alan Colmes)
University: BA Political Science, Colgate University (1990)
University: PhD International Affairs, Columbia University
Council on Foreign Relations
Family Security Matters
Hoover Institution Media Fellow (2004)
Connected: Coast to Coast Co-Host (Feb-2005 - Dec-2005)
Author of books:
Nixon Off the Record: His Candid Commentary on People and Politics (1996, nonfiction)
Nixon in Winter: His Final Revelations about Diplomacy, Watergate, and Life Out of the Arena (1998, biography)
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