Definition of Lippmann, Walter in English:

Lippmann, Walter

Syllabification: Lipp·mann, Walter
Pronunciation: /ˈlipmən
( 1889–1974), US journalist and essayist. He was a founder and associate editor of The New Republic (1914–17) and a columnist for the New York Herald Tribune (1931–61). Notable works: A Preface to Morals (1929), The Good Society (1937), and Western Unity and the Common Market (1962). His excellence in news analysis was recognized in 1958 by a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation.

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