Charles Krauthammer is Paralyzed in a terrible accident of 1972
Charles Krauthammer is a doctor of psychiatry, political commentator and a columnist and achieved great success in the above field and won an American Pulitzer price in 1987. He was born on March 13th, 1950 in New York. As a columnist, he appears in publications at Washington post and syndicated in more than 200 newspaper and media outlets.
Charles Krauthammer became paralyzed in a terrible accident which occurred in 1972 at medical school since he had to take a wheelchair. The people who are the fan of him say that he is one of the most prominent Americans having disability. They don’t know whether he is in wheel chair or not but they know only his work. Even once Charles has never mentioned his disability. Though he was paralyzed, he continued his work and graduated with first class and went ahead in his career of politics and medicine. He was then in the support of political issues.
The achievements of Charles in his golden days of life are as follows:
- 1970: He obtained a first-class honors degree in political science and economics from McGill University.
- 1971: He was a Commonwealth Scholar in politics at Balliol College, Oxford
- 1975: After Paralyzed, He got MD degree from medical school at Harvard University and worked as psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital.
- 1978: He took medical practice in psychiatric research for the Jimmy Carter administration and began contributing to the magazine.
- 1980: He was a speech writer to Vice President Walter Mondale.
- 1981: He began his journalist career as a writer and editor by joining The New Republic magazine.
- 1983: In Time magazine he began to write essays.
- 1984: He got "National Magazine Award for Essays and Criticism” in his new republic magazine.
- 1985: He began a weekly column for the Washington post.
- 1987: He got a Pulitzer Prize for commentary in America.
Krauthammer was said as the most influential commentator in America by the magazine," the Financial Times". Further more it was added that he influenced US foreign policy for more than two decades in 2006. In his life charles had made several good achievements having paralyzed and by sitting on the wheel chair.