Walter Lippmann


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Noun1.Walter Lippmann - United States journalist (1889-1974)
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Then in May/June of 1950, when Quaid-i-Millat Liaquat Ali Khan visited the US there were a series of pieces based on his visit by Walter Lippmann and Pakistan had been referred to by him as the 'Heart of Asia'.
Legendary journalist Walter Lippmann had sources in the highest places in Washington.
They are following the lead of Walter Lippmann, social theorist and journalist (pp.
Walter Lippmann noted in his book Public Opinion Journalism does not point us toward truth since, as Lippmann understood, there is always a vast divide between truth and news.
Honor is that moral compass, that personal GPS; as Walter Lippmann once said, it's that ideal of conduct to which we hold ourselves even though it may be inconvenient, or unprofitable, or dangerous to do so.
WALTER LIPPMANN'S LONG and extraordinary career embodied what magazine magnate Henry Luce described as the "American Century." Lippmann chronicled it, tried to understand it, and ultimately shaped American politics, diplomacy, and journalism.
Walter Lippmann, nobody's idea of a right-wing reactionary, put his finger on the problem in the tragic wake of another supposedly golden era of arms control."The disarmament movement," he wrote in 1943, proved"tragically successful in disarming the nations that believed in disarmament." In the name of peace, the good left themselves increasingly defenceless, their allies and dependents increasingly anxious, their rivals and enemies increasingly ambitious and, in time, violent.
He quotes Walter Lippmann's 1932 remark that Roosevelt was "a highly impressionable person, without a firm grasp of public affairs ...
In short, "the group was concerned with what Walter Lippmann (and Noam Chomsky) would have considered to be the manufacture of consent" (Buxton, 1994a, p.
I've just been reading Jeremy McCarter's inspiring and entertaining new book Young Radicals, which is a group portrait of five of those radicals: Walter Lippmann, Randolph Bourne, Max Eastman, Alice Paul and John Reed.
Por alli desfilan figuras de la talla de John Dewey, Walter Lippmann, Walter Weyl, Charles Beard, John Maynard Keynes y aun Thorstein Veblen y toda una cohorte intelectual cuyas inquietudes individuales pueden empero prestarse al desconcierto de sus lectores.
Careful observers of communication like Walter Lippmann in his 1922 book, Public Opinion, have long noted that communication products (newspapers for Lippmann; radio, film, television, and, later on, the digital world) shape people's understanding of the world.