Books by Juan Williams

Juan Williams, one of America's leading journalists, is a senior correspondent. He also works on documentaries and participates in NPR's efforts to explore television opportunities. Knowledgeable and charismatic, Williams brings insight and depth—hallmark

Released: Sept. 25, 2018

"As he ends this relevant and well-grounded book, Williams tells Trump that African-Americans have 'a lot' to lose, 'far more, it appears, than [Trump] will ever know.'"
During the presidential campaign, candidate Donald Trump reached out to African-American voters by asking, "what the hell do you have to lose?" Here is a cogent response from a veteran journalist. Read full book review >
Released: April 5, 2016

"A solid overview for general readers."
Prizewinning journalist and Fox News political analyst Williams (Muzzled: The Assault on Honest Debate, 2011, etc.) identifies more than two dozen individuals who helped shape modern America.Read full book review >
MUZZLED by Juan Williams
Released: Aug. 1, 2011

"In the end, about the last thing the civil-discourse cause needs, namely more self-interested preaching to the choir."
A plea to make the world safe for bad-mouthing Muslims against the big bad PC police of the Far Left. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 2006

"A formidable polemic: You may reject the conclusion, but you cannot dismiss the argument."
Black America is being undermined by a depraved popular culture, avers Williams (Eyes on the Prize, 1987, etc.), while its leaders pursue anachronistic, self-serving causes. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 1998

"Williams is uncritical of Marshall's personal flaws, but his reconstruction of Marshall makes for a lively and immensely valuable portrait of a first-rate legal mind and true American hero. (16 pages b&w photos not seen) (Author tour)"
Written with the cooperation of its subject, this is a solid, comprehensive biography that brings into focus a historical giant who has, sadly, faded from view. Read full book review >