Definition of Walter Lippmann from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Walter Lippmann

 
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(1889-1974) a US journalist. He wrote a regular political column called Today and Tomorrow, which appeared in newspapers around the world. He wrote for the New York Herald-Tribune (1931-62) and then for the Washington Post (1962-7), and won the Pulitzer Prize twice. Lippman also helped to establish the magazine New Republic in 1914.