Belva Ann Lockwood Award (2011) 
Margaret Carlson is an American journalist and a columnist for Bloomberg News. She was also a weekly panelist for CNN's Capital Gang from 1992 until its cancellation in 2005.
1 Biography 2 Bibliography 3 References 4 External links
She is best known for being the first female columnist at Time
magazine. Carlson joined Time in January 1988 from The New Republic,
where she had been managing editor; in 1994, she became the first
female columnist in the magazine's history. Carlson covered four
presidential elections for TIME, but in 2005 she left for Bloomberg
News where she writes a column.
Ms. Carlson spent a year after college working at the U.S. Department
of Labor and three other agencies. During that year she lived on Yuma
Carlson, Margaret (2003). Anyone Can Grow Up: How George Bush and I Made It to the White House. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-684-80890-0. LCCN 2003042461. Carlson, Margaret (1999). The Canning Season. illustrations by Kimanne Smith. Minneapolis, Minn.: Carolrhoda Books. ISBN 1-57505-260-1. LCCN 98014061. Carlson, Margaret Bresnhan; Shafer, Ronald G. (1973). How to Get Your Car Repaired without Getting Gypped. Harrow books. New York: Harper & Row. ISBN 0-06-087035-4.
"Margaret Carlson". TIME.com. Archived from the original on May 2, 2010. Retrieved 2011-10-01.
^ a b c Carlson, Margaret (April 29, 2003). Anyone can grow up: how
George Bush and I made it to the White House. pp. 1, 2, 9,
14–16. ISBN 9780684808901.
^ "Margaret Carlson" (fee, via Fairfax County Public Library).
Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale. 2006. Gale Document
Number: GALEH1000165219. Retrieved 2011-09-30. Gale Biography
^ "Honoring Margaret Carlson". George Washington University Law
School. March 11, 2011. Archived from the original on March 29, 2012.
Retrieved September 30, 2011. The George Washington Law Alumni
Association and the Law Association for Women (LAW) recognized
renowned journalist Margaret Carlson, J.D. ’73, with the Belva Ann
Lockwood Award, which celebrates the enduring legacy of women’s
rights. Carlson writes a weekly column on politics for Bloomberg News,
is the Washington editor of The Week, is a contributing editor at The
Atlantic, and is a frequent commentator on MSNBC. She also holds the
distinction of being the first female columnist for TIME
^ Hay, Tina (August 23, 2009). "
Margaret Carlson on Bob Novak". The
Penn Stater Magazine. Penn State Alumni Association. Retrieved
Margaret Carlson ’66 ... was Margaret Bresnahan as a
Penn State undergrad ...
^ Woodruff, Judy (June 9, 2003). "Margaret Carlson: 'Anyone Can Grow
Up". AllPolitics. Retrieved 2011-10-01.
^ Carlson, Margaret (May 9, 2003). "Diary : A weeklong electronic
journal". Slate.com. Until I was out of college, I knew the
hospitality industry from the back stairs only; I would meet my
grandmother after her shift as a maid at the Hotel Washington.
^ "WEDDINGS; Courtney Carlson, David Yarkin". New York Times. May 6,
2001. Retrieved 2011-10-01. Courtney Anne Carlson, the daughter of
Margaret Carlson and Eugene Carlson, both of Washington, was married
there yesterday to David Paul Yarkin, the son of Reesa and Larry
Yarkin of Framingham, Mass. Judge
Marjorie O. Rendell
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