|Statement||by Ronald Steel.|
|LC Classifications||PN4874.L45 S8 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 669 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||669|
|LC Control Number||81040077|
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. Get this from a library! Walter Lippmann and the American century. [Ronald Steel] -- "An Atlantic Monthly Press book.". Ronald Steele's Walter Lippmann and the American Century is everything an historical biography should be and much more because it is also a valuable study in political science that takes the reader deep into the character, thought and impact of perhaps the finest political journalist in American by: Get this from a library! Walter Lippmann and the American century. [Ronald Steel] -- "Walter Lippmann () has been hailed as the greatest journalist of his age. For more than sixty years he exerted unprecedented influence on American public opinion through his writing.
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 in , is 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 the American century Item Preview remove-circle Lippmann, Walter, , Journalists Publisher London ; Toronto: Bodley Head Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by [email protected] on Aug SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Walter Lippmann and the American Century Ronald Steel (Author) Editorial Reviews "A marvelously researched and readable biography." -- Joseph P. 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 .