Journalist Chicago Daily Journal, 1924-1926, United Press International, 1926-1927. Finance writer New York Herald Tribune, 1927-1934. Economist War Production Board and War Shipping Administration, 1941-1945.
Editor Twentieth Century Fund, New York City, 1946-1951. Adjunct professor social philosophy New York University, 1952-1965. Visiting professor Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1956-1957.
Lecturer Finch College, Brooklyn Academy Arts and Sciences. Secretary Conference on Methods in Philosophy and Sciences, New School Social Research, New York City, 1958-1962. Secretary Committee for Cultural Freedom, 1939-1941.
- Imperial Hearst, a Social Biography (Classic Reprint)
- Ferdinand Lundberg was born in Chicago in 1902 of Norwegian and Swedish parentage, and was educated in the public schools there, in Crane College, Chicago, 111.
- Imperial Hearst;: A social biography by Ferdinand Lundberg; (The Modern library of the world's best books)
- Ferdinand Lundberg (30 April 1905 - 1 March 1995) was a 20th century economist and journalist who studied the history of American wealth and power.
- Imperial Hearst - A Social Biography Of William Randolph Hearst
- Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
- The Natural Depravity of Mankind: Observations on the Human Condition
- In this volume, really just a long essay, Lundberg gives many examples of human depravity, mostly examples from the 20th century.
Born April 30, 1902
1924 - 1926
1926 - 1927
1927 - 1934
1941 - 1945
1946 - 1951
1952 - 1965
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