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The Press: Reporter, Spare My Quotes

As is his custom, Bernard M. Baruch, 74, sat on a park bench one day last week —this time in London. He was not, as he usually is when sitting on his park...

Medicine: Dutch-Uncle Talk

Elder Statesman Bernard M. Baruch is a doctor's son. In the last few years, vigorous, health-minded Bernie Baruch has given millions for the advancement of...

National Affairs: Waging Total Peace

Another respected voice in U.S. affairs spoke up last week, with a warning that was wider than Eisenhower's. Addressing the Naval War College at Newport, R.I...

International: Faces to the Sun

Silver-haired Elder Statesman Bernard M. Baruch was visibly proud of his role. As U.N. Secretary Trygve Lie handed over the temporary chairmanship of U.N.'s...

Business & Finance: Gary vs. Baruch

At the annual dinner of the American Iron and, Steel Institute, Judge Elbert Henry Gary declared that "in the Fall of 1917 or the Spring of 1918" a proposal...

Too Much Toughness?

The U.S. people cheered last September when Elder Statesman Bernard M. Baruch's Special Rubber Inquiry Committee came up with proposals which sounded as if...

U.S. At War: Sense at Last?

This week, when Donald Nelson returned from a well-earned week off, one of the first things he saw on his desk was a new plan to reorganize the disorganized,...

WILLIAMSTOWN: Serious Discussion

Bernard M. Baruch, continuing in munificence, the Institute of Politics will meet again this Summer at Williams College. The Institute has for three years...

Nation: ARMS CONTROL: A CHRONOLOGY

BARUCH PLAN, 1946. Proposed by Bernard M. Baruch, U.S. representative on the U.N. Atomic Energy Commission, the program included international control of all...

Nation: The Man Behind the Legend

Bernard M. Baruch was a millionaire at 30, a celebrated national figure at 50, and—as park-bench philosopher, adviser to Presidents and reaper of honors—a...

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