Steven Hill

Steven Hill is a former fellow at New America. He is a political writer, lecturer and researcher whose articles, opeds, and media interviews have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, The Atlantic, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, BBC, NPR, C-SPAN, Fox News, Democracy Now, PBS, Guardian, The Nation, Die Zeit, Al Jazeera, Project Syndicate, Mother Jones, Salon, Slate, Politico, New York Daily News, Christian Science Monitor, Washington Monthly, HuffingtonPost, American Prospect, Roll Call, The Hill, Sierra, Ms., San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald, Philadelphia Inquirer, Chicago Tribune, Houston Chronicle, Internationale Politik/IP Journal (Germany), Social Europe Journal, Prospect (UK), Le Monde, China-US Focus, Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey), Prague Post, Courrier Japon, Taiwan News, Korea Herald, India Times, Burma Digest, Egypt Daily News, Dubai-TV, La Croix (France), Vima (Greece), Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland), Lidové Noviny (Czech Republic), Der Standard (Austria),Today’s Zaman (Turkey), and many others.

Mr. Hill’s books of political nonfiction include Europe's Promise: Why the European Way is the Best Hope in an Insecure Age, 10 Steps to Repair American Democracy and Fixing Elections: The Failure of America's Winner Take All Politics. His next book will be published in Fall 2015 by Palgrave Macmillan, analyzing the onset of the “freelance society” and the impact of the “sharing economy.”

Previously Mr. Hill was the director of the Political Reform Program at New America and he is a co-founder of FairVote/Center for Voting and Democracy. See more information at his website

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