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Lippmann was the premiere political columnist and commentator of the era.
Khrushchev told Lippmann there had to be an all-German peace treaty that included a new status for Berlin.
Walter Lippmann, George Kennan, and Elvis: Cold War skeptics, together at last.
Henry Adams wrote X, John Dewey wrote Y, Walter Lippmann wrote Z; do you agree or not, and why?
Supported by M. Crémieu, M. Lippmann has presented this objection in a striking form.
Dr. Lippmann found similar decorations in the 1465 edition of Lactantius, printed at Subiaco by the same firm.Early Illustrated Books|Alfred W. Pollard
Updated Lippmann, Hofstede de Groot edition, with definitive scholarly apparatus.Life Histories of North American Shore Birds, Part 1 (of 2)|Arthur Cleveland Bent
They gave a party to which Frulein Lippmann and a good many other people came.Instigations|Ezra Pound
Mr. Walter Lippmann would set up in its place the expert by divine right, but the expert is a palpable pretender.Behind the Mirrors|Clinton W. Gilbert