Walter Lippmann Biography
(First to introduce the concept of Cold War)
Birthday: September 23, 1889 (Libra)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
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 American public opinions. Billions of Americans relied on this journalist to collate various information and news updates related to day-to-day political and social issues of the time. For six decades he was at the pinnacle of American political scenario as an adviser to many American Presidents. He used ‘The New Republic’ to publicly oppose the ‘Versailles Treaty’. He was the most revered name in American journalism and became the first moderate liberal to sign-up for President Woodrow Wilson’s policy of ‘limited preparedness’. This Harvard intellectual authored some of the most influential books that are relevant even to this day, including ‘Public Opinion’, ‘The Phantom Public’, ‘ A Preface To Morals’ and ‘ The Good Society’. For thirty years he edited and contributed political stories for the nationally syndicated column, ‘Today and Tomorrow’, for which he won two Pulitzer Prizes. To learn more interesting facts about his personal life and journalistic accomplishments, scroll down and continue to read this biography.