Weyl, Nathaniel, 1910-2005

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Dates:
Birth 1910-07-20
Death 2005-04-13

Biographical notes:

American writer and economist.

From the description of Nathaniel Weyl papers, 1920-2004. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872257

Biographical/Historical Note

  • 1910: Born, New York City
  • 1931: B.S., Columbia University
  • 1931 - 1933 : Postgraduate student, London School of Economics
  • 1933 - 1934 : Economist, U.S. Agricultural Adjustment Administration
  • 1939: Co-author, The Reconquest of Mexico: The Years of Lázaro Cárdenas
  • 1941 - 1942 : Economist, U.S. Federal Reserve Board
  • 1942 - 1943 : Economist, U.S. Board of Economic Warfare
  • 1943 - 1945 : U.S. Army service
  • 1945 - 1947 : Economist, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • 1950: Author, Treason: The Story of Disloyalty and Betrayal in American History
  • 1951: Author, The Battle against Disloyalty
  • 1960: Author, The Negro in American Civilization
  • 1961: Author, Red Star over Cuba: The Russian Assault on the Western Hemisphere
  • 1963: Co-author, The Geography of Intellect
  • 1966: Author, The Creative Elite in America
  • 1968: Author, The Jew in American Politics
  • 1970: Author, Traitors' End: The Rise and Fall of the Communist Movement in Southern Africa
  • 1971: Co-author, American Statesmen on Slavery and the Negro
  • 1979: Author, Karl Marx, Racist
  • 1989: Author, The Geography of American Achievement
  • 2003: Author, Encounters with Communism
  • 2005: Died, Ojai, California

From the guide to the Nathaniel Weyl Papers, 1920-2004, (Hoover Institution Archives)

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Subjects:

  • Elite (Social sciences)
  • Intelligence levels
  • National characteristics
  • Espionage, Russian
  • Social classes
  • Internal security--United States
  • Communism--Latin America
  • Internal security
  • Communism
  • Race

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  • United States (as recorded)
  • Latin America (as recorded)