Student, Chicago City Junior College, 1921-1923; Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1948; Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1956.
Journalist, Chicago Daily Journal, 1924-1926;
journalist, 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 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.
(Contemporary women are psychologically disordered.)
Fellow American Sociological Association. Member American Philosophical Association, American Association University Professors.
Married Elizabeth Young, September 19, 1944. Children: Randolph Horner, Laurence Young.