The future while it happened

The future while it happened Samuel Lubell
  • Title: The future while it happened
  • Author: Samuel Lubell
  • ISBN: 9780393054798
  • Page: 265
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    About Samuel Lubell

    1. American writer and public opinion analyst He pioneered door bell ringing technique of voter interviews that led him to successful predictions of winning candidates and issues in the 1950 s and 60 s.Lubell, who grew up in New York and began his career as a newspaper reporter for The Long Island Daily Press, pioneered a type of political analysis that combined some of the scientific approaches of social scientists with the personal touch of face to face interviews Armed with data on past elections in areas around the country, Lubell would pick places that showed consistent trends and interview hundreds of voters Lubell was born Samuel Lubelsky in Poland and came to the United States with his parents when he was 2 years old He was reared in New York, where he graduated from City College of New York and earned a graduate degree at the Columbia University School of Journalism He received that school s Pulitzer Traveling Scholarship in 1933.In 1938 he moved to Washington and worked for The Washington Post, The Richmond Va Times Dispatch and The Washington Herald He also began a free lancing relationship with the Saturday Evening Post that was to last for 21 years.In 1941 he joined the Office of War Information at the request of Bernard M Baruch, an old friend who was head of the office Mr Lubell later served as Mr Baruch s chief aide as well as White House assistant to James F Bynes, the director of the Office of Economic Stabilization Historic Break With Past It was after the war that Mr Lubell began his public opinion polls and political analyzing in earnest as the Saturday Evening Post assigned him to analyze President Truman s surprise victory Over the years he helped popularized analysis that focused on the coalitions that formed the support of a political party, highlighted the explosive role of racial issues in the social structure and elective politics as well as the elements that signaled a political realignment in the country.In addtion to writing a syndicated political column for United Features Syndicate, The People Speak, Mr Lubell was the author of six books, including The Future of American Politics 1952 , White and Black Test of a Nation 1964 and The Hidden Crisis in American Politics 1970 From 1958 to 1968 he organized and directed the Opinion Reporting Workshop at Columbia and later taught courses at American University in Washington and was a Kennedy fellow at Harvard University.


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