Books and articles by Diane Rehm

Books

Toward Commitment: A Dialogue About Marriage. Diane and husband, John Rehm. Knopf (2002).

Diane teamed up with her husband, retired attorney John Rehm, for Toward Commitment (Knopf 2002), a frank series of essays on marriage. More.

Finding My Voice. Diane Rehm. Knopf (1999).

In Finding My Voice, nationally acclaimed public radio host Diane Rehm tells the story of her life up through the 20th year of her broadcast career. More.

Articles

"Diane's Diary." Five columns written May 10-14, 1998, for the on-line magazine Slate.

"Strangling to Get My Words Out," Special to The Washington Post Tuesday, June 16, 1998, Health Section, page H12.

Foreword in Washington, D.C. , Universe Publishing, A Division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 300 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10010, 1996. pp. 6-11

"A Tower of Babel: Talk Shows and Politics" in The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1996. Pub. by The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA 02142. pp. 138-142.

"Hot Mouths, Hot Buttons and the Danger to Public Dialogue," The Washington Post, February 18, 1996, Outlook Section, page C3.

"The Tower of Babble: How To Keep Talk Radio From Deepening America's Division," The Washington Post, September 11, 1994, Outlook Section, page C1.

"We Need A Truth Detector," The Washington Post, June 30, 1994, Op. Ed. Page.

"Talking Over America's Electronic Backyard Fence" in Media Studies Journal Radio: The Forgotten Medium, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1993. Pub.by Columbia University, 2950 Broadway, New York, NY 10027. pp. 63-69.

"Voices of America: The Talk-Show Campaign Isn't Showbiz: Angry Voters Really Want To Be Heard," The Washington Post, October 25, 1992, Outlook Section, page C1.

"Uncivil Wars: Can We have World Peace With MacArthur Boulevard like This?", The Washington Post, June 7, 1992, page C5.

"Our Masters' Voices? Talk Show Hosts Should Stay Out Of Politics," The Washington Post, February 26, 1989, Outlook Section, page C7.

"What You Get Is What You Give," The Washington Post, February 23, 1986, Op-Ed Section, page F8.

"A Bill To Be Passed," The Washington Star, October 21, 1980.

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