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Bibliography, p.632-636. - Includes index.
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Lippmann’s experience spanned a period when the American empire was born, matured, and began to wane, a time some have called “the American Century.” No one better captured its possibilities and wrote about them so wisely and so well, no one was more the mind, the voice, and the conscience of that era than Walter Lippmann: journalist Cited by: Walter Lippmann is arguably the most powerful American journalist in our nation's history.
He was definitely the most media-literate. This straightforward biography is a walk through the first 75 years of the 20th century at the elbow of a superb writer, thinker, and power-broker whose democratic principles were in constant battle with his insatiable desire for acceptance /5.
This is an absolutely wonderful book. Walter Lippman was the first modern journalist of the US: in a time of parochialism, self-congratulatory muckraking, and yellow journalism, he had an internationalist perspective and strove to introduce the American people to new ideas/5.
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Walter Lippmann and the American Century Finalist, National Book Awards for Autobiography/Biography - Hardcover. Lippmann's experience spanned a period when the American empire was born, matured, and began to wane, a time some have called "the American Century." No one better captured its possibilities and wrote about them so wisely and so well, no one was more the mind, the voice, and the conscience of that era than Walter Lippmann: journalist, moralist.
Walter Lippmann’s famous critique of democracy revisited. Walter Lippmann’s Public Opinion, published inis the most persuasive critique of democracy I’ve ever read. Shortly after it Author: Sean Illing.
Walter Lippmann, (born Sept. 23,New York City—died Dec. 14,New York City), American newspaper commentator and author who in a year career made himself one of the most widely respected political columnists in the world. While studying at Harvard (B.A., ), Lippmann was influenced by the philosophers William James and George Santayana.
In this article, Professor Thomas E. Woods Jr. offers a review of Ronald Steel's Walter Lippmann and the American 15, Number 4 (). Walter Lippmann and Walter Lippmann and the American Century book American century Item Preview remove-circle Lippmann, Walter,Journalists Publisher London ; Toronto: Bodley Head Internet Archive Books.
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Lash, The New York Times Book Review "An engrossing biography and a splendid primer to six decades of turbulent political life Required reading for everyone interested in this troubled century.". A difficult subject has found a conscientious exponent—as regards columnist Lippmann and postwar U.S.
foreign policy, an incisive, even eloquent one. Walter Lippmann () was a Harvard wunderkind drawn into socialism (Steel posits) as a Jewish outsider.
In short order he worked as Lincoln Steffens' legman, as an aide to the Socialist mayor of Schenectady, as an. Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist, Walter Lippmann was one of the most influential and respected political writers of the twentieth century.
Hailed as one of the greatest journalists of his time, his writings played a vital role that spawned unprecedented influence on. Walter Lippmann and the American century by Steel, Ronald. Publication date Topics Lippmann, Walter,Journalists -- United States -- Biography Publisher Boston: Little, Brown "An Atlantic Monthly Press book." Includes index Bibliography: p.
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Walter Lippmann (Septem – Decem )  was an American writer, reporter, and political commentator famous for being among the first to introduce the concept of Cold War, coining the term "stereotype" in the modern psychological meaning, and critiquing media and democracy in his newspaper column and several books, most notably his.
Walter Lippmann and the American Century的书评 (全部 18 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 吴从周 中信出版社版. To James Thurber, in a New Yorker cartoon, Walter Lippmann was the object of respectful humor: a wife looks up from a newspaper and tells her husband, "Lippmann scares me this morning." To Judge Learned Hand, Colonel House, and five hundred guests at a testimonial dinner inhe was, in the words of Time magazine, "their Moses, their prophet of.
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Walter Lippmann and the American Century, by Ronald Steel (read 26 Apr ) (National Book Award biography prize in ) (National Book Critics Circle non-fiction award for ) For the period covering Lippmann's life to World War II I was very impressed, then I was very turned off by the divorce and remarriage in Lippmann carried on an affair with the wife of /5(1).
In his biography Walter Lippmann and the American Century, Ronald Steel praised The Phantom Public as "one of Lippmann's most powerfully argued and revealing books.
In it he came fully to terms with the inadequacy of traditional democratic theory." This volume is part of a continuing series on the major works of Walter Lippmann.
For almost seventy-five years of the twentieth century Walter Lippmann knew and corresponded with a great many men and women in most parts of the world who were deeply involved in and helped shape the course of events.
His papers, starting in with his undergraduate years at Harvard and ending with his death in at the age of eighty.
Walter Lippmann (Septem – Decem )  was an American public intellectual, writer, reporter, and political commentator famous for being among the first to introduce the concept of Cold War; he coined the term stereotype in the modern psychological meaning as well. Lippmann won two Pulitzer Prizes, one for his syndicated newspaper column.
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“Walter Lippmann and Democracy” by Herbert Aptheker () Historian Herbert Aptheker, author of American Negro Slave Revolts, editor of the writings of, and literary executor of W.E.B. DuBois, and of the Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States and numerous other works on Black history, wrote a comprehensive analysis in.
PUBLIC OPINION () BY WALTER LIPPMANN But a century and a half after St. Ambrose, opinion was still troubled, on this occasion by the problem of the antipodes. A monk named Cosmas, famous for his “an essay” as Mr. Oliver himself calls it, “on American union.” It is a formal monument to the state-craft of federalism,File Size: 1MB.
He could have turned to the leading biography of Lippmann, Ronald Steel’s Walter Lippmann and the American Century. Among other things, Steel makes it clear that Lippmann admired H.G. Wells, and. Walter Lippmann was the most distinguished American journalist and public philosopher of the twentieth century.
But he was also something more: a public economist who helped millions of ordinary citizens make sense of the most devastating economic depression in history.
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Discussing the book "Walter Lippmann and the American century" and interviewing the author Ronald Steel. “ From the early s until the mids, Walter Lippmann was among the most prominent American public intellectuals, a sought-after adviser to politicians and the author of many books and more than a thousand articles and columns for The New Republic, the Herald Tribune, and The Washington Post.
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Drift and Mastery: An Attempt to Diagnose the Current Unrest is the second book by American journalist and political thinker Walter hed in the Fall ofDrift and Mastery argues that rational scientific governing can overcome forces of societal drift. Lippmann argued that due to the profound social and economic change old ideas and institutions lacked : Walter Lippmann.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Walter Lippmann and the American Century by Ronald Steel (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Walter Lippmann and John Dewey debate the role of citizens in democracy. InWalter Lippmann published an influential book entitled Public Opinion.
In this book, Lippmann was very suspicious and critical of any model of democracy that placed excessive faith and power in the hands of the public.
Home Ethics & Trust Walter Lippmann on liberty and the news: A century-old mirror for our troubled times. a thin volume containing two magazine articles written in by Walter Lippmann. My. Public Opinion (the entire book) Introduction.
Walter Lippmann ( – ) is probably the most influential journalist in the American History. For 50 years, he wrote his legendary daily column “Today and Tomorrow, first in the New York Herald Tribune and later in the Washington Post.Walter Lippmann was an American writer, reporter and political commentator famous for being among the first to introduce the concept of Cold War, coining t.Drawing on conversations with Lippmann and on access to his private papers, Ronald Steel reveals for the first time the story of Lippmann's role in twentieth century history: his involvement behind the scenes with presidents, politicians, and power brokers in helping to shape the very events he wrote about, events that changed the fate of nations.