Walter Lippmann

Harrison, Gilbert A.
September 1973
New Republic;9/29/73, Vol. 169 Issue 12, p19
Profiles Walter Lippmann, newspaper columnist and author in the U.S. Reasons behind the good relationship of Lippmann with several U.S. presidents; Titles of the books written; View of Lippmann to the Vietnam War; Congratulations to Lippmann on his birthday; Information on his book "A Preface to Politics,"; report that book was a buoyant challenge to create a splendid human civilization; Focus on his another book "The Good Society," and "The Public Philosophy"; Information on philosophy of Lippmann in writing books.


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