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(Stewart Ross's book, which represents the distillation of...)
Stewart Ross's book, which represents the distillation of thirty years of professional experience in industrial advertising and promotion, is the only comprehensive and up-to-date working guide available for advertising, sales, and marketing managers of companies that manufacture products sold to other companies rather than to final consumers.
(The book probes the government's myth-building statements...)
The book probes the government's myth-building statements that supported America's view of itself as a uniquely humanitarian nation, and analyzes the role played by interservice rivalry-"battleship admirals" against "bomber generals".
(This work examines how Roosevelt navigated prewar neutral...)
This work examines how Roosevelt navigated prewar neutrality to push the United States toward intervention on the side of the Allies in World War II, and considers critically his wartime policy of unconditional surrender and his unprecedented acceptance of a fourth term.
Ross received Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn (now New York University Tandon School of Engineering) in 1951. He then earned Master of Science degree in Technical Writing from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1962. Additionally, he obtained his Master of Arts degree in American History from the Western Connecticut State University in 1985.
Ross served in the United States Army for two years from 1954. He spent those years analyzing bomb accuracy tests for the Army Ordnance Corps, writing a book Strategic Bombing by the United States in World War II: The Myths and the Facts by Stewart Halsey Ross later.
In 1960 he became an advertising manager of aerospace manufacturer named A.M.F. in Greenwich, Connecticut, staying there for 2 years. For 3 years from that time, Ross held the position of a vice president of a company Fred Wittner Advertising in New York City. He then took the same post at an organization James A. Ford Advertising in Stamford, Connecticut, he worked there till 1970. That same year he established a company Stewart H. Ross Advertising in Norwalk, Connecticut and was the president of the organization, he left that workplace in 1992.
Additionally, Ross served as an adjunct instructor at the Norwalk Community Technical College, the University of New Haven and the Southern Connecticut State University. He was a member of board of directors of an organization of adults over age 50, interested in lifelong learning, named Lifetime Learners Institute. Ross was also an associate editor with Consulting Engineer Magazine, as well as a project engineer with Pratt & Whitney's nuclear aircraft engine program.
Among his other writings were The Management of Business-to-Business Advertising: A Working Guide for Small to Mid-Size Companies, Global Predator: U.S. Wars for Empire, and Propaganda for War: How the United States Was Conditioned to Fight the Great War of 1914-1918. Ross's books reflected in-depth writing and his engineering experience.
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Ross married Judith Aduss in 1952. That marriage produced 6 children - Mark, Robert, Jordan, Lawrence, Cynthia Ross Cross and Karen.