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Adams, Larry L., "The New Morality," in Walter Lippmann, Twayne Publishers, 1977, pp. 123-147.

Adams discusses the philosophical, religious, and social underpinnings of Lippmann's work.

Auchincloss, Louis, Woodrow Wilson, Viking Penguin, 2000.

Woodrow Wilson is a biography of the progressive President Woodrow Wilson by whom Lippmann was recruited to develop international policy for peace in postwar Europe.

Cooper, John Milton Jr., Pivotal Decades: The United States, 1900-1920, W. W. Norton, 1990.

Pivotal Decades is a history of the United States during the first decades of the twentieth century, the period during which Lippmann's fundamental political philosophy was developed.

Diggins, John Patrick, "Introduction to the Transaction Edition: Walter Lippmann's Quest for Authority," in A Preface to Morals, by Walter Lippmann, Transaction Publishers, 1999, pp. ix—liii.

Diggins describes Lippmann's career as a writer and thinker, as well as factors that make his book an important contribution to American moral philosophy.

Diner, Steven J...

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