Bernard Baruch

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economic advisor to United States Presidents (1870-1965)

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Bernard Baruch was a chief economic advisor to the President and was widely known for having Roosevelt's ear.
Bernard Baruch, who was given the job of selling the plan to the UN, was not enthusiastic.
Bernard Baruch (American financier and presidential adviser) A political leader must keep looking over his shoulder to see if the boys are still there.
The Wilson administration's implicit totalitarianism was made plain in an August 7, 1918 statement by Bernard Baruch, chairman of the War Industries Board.
Contact: Wayne Finke, Department of Modern Languages, B6-280, Baruch College, 1 Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010-5585; wayne_finke@baruch.
If officers at the War College were exposed to the lectures on eugenics given by someone like William McDougall, they were also exposed to the civilian lectures of prominent Jewish-Americans like Bernard Baruch and Henry Morgenthau.
His wife and son live mostly in New York in an ample Fifth Avenue apartment once occupied by the legendary financier Bernard Baruch.
Philosopher Bernard Baruch said, "The whiter my hair becomes, the more ready people are to believe what I say.
These include the reforming examples of Savannah, Richmond, Charleston; the role of reform Jews as political leaders; and the prominence of Jews with Southern roots, among them Adolph Ochs, Bernard Baruch, Isadore Strauss, and the Lehmans.
WSC to Bernard Baruch, 28 June 1929, in Gilbert, Companion, 10.
Today: $150,000 Bernard Baruch Handicap, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1/8 miles on turf
As Wall Street legend Bernard Baruch famously said long ago, buy cheap and sell dear.
In 1983, she was named dean of urban affairs at Bernard Baruch College of the City University of New York (CUNY).
advised Bernard Baruch, advice heeded by the American household.
So was Wall Street speculator and FDR adviser Bernard Baruch, 32 years her senior.