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  Bernard Baruch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bernard Baruch was born in Camden, South Carolina to Simon and Belle Baruch.
Bernard Baruch was the first to coin the term "Cold War" in reference to the conflict between United States and the Soviet Union while giving a speech on April 16, 1947.
Baruch College, in Manhattan, New York has a statue of Bernard Baruch sitting on a bench inside of its entrance center.
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 Jeff Quinton - Backcountry Conservative: Bernard Baruch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Bernard M. Baruch, the "Park Bench Statesman," made his fortune on Wall Street, but his greatest challenge and his greatest satisfaction were his service to his country as an economic adviser during both World Wars I and II and as a confidante to six presidents.
Bernard Mannes Baruch was born August 19, 1870, in Camden, the son of Simon and Isabelle Wolfe Baruch.
Bernard's mother, Isabelle, was the daughter of Sailing Wolfe, a young merchant and planter of Winnsboro, and Sara Cohen, daughter of Rabbi Hartwig Cohen of Charleston.
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 Baruch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baruch ben Neriah, aid to the prophet Jeremiah
Baruch Goldstein, an American-Israeli physician who killed 29 Muslim worshippers and wounded 125 in a 1994 shooting attack.
Parzival, The Baruch of Baghdad was the king of the Saracens in Wolfram von Eschenbach's epic poem
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 BookRags: Bernard Mannes Baruch Biography
Baruch should have been a most contented man; his marriage was happy; his career prospered; he had time for sports and the theater.
Baruch was serving on the Advisory Commission of the Council of National Defense when war was declared in April 1917.
Baruch never recovered from Ford's insulting charges, and he refused public positions during World War II partly because of the terrible hurts inflicted by the auto magnate.
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 03/28/03 - Review of Bernard Baruch: the adventures of a Wall Street legend
But in fact much of the time Baruch was essentially a political courtier, lavishing dinners and shooting trips on the mighty in return for the privilege of their presence, a sort of Washington hostess on a grand scale, whose actual raw power was marginal at best.
Baruch was intermittently enthusiastic about the vision of a command economy for the rest of his life, usually with himself in a prominent role.
After World War II, when Baruch began to complain continually about inflation's gathering momentum, his view of its causes ("greed, profiteering, interest-group politics, unsound money, and disregard of the national interest") was so vague as to cast doubt on how well he understood inflation beyond instinctively knowing it was a Bad Thing.
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 Bernard M. Baruch College of the City University of New York - In-Depth Description
Baruch is committed to providing its students with the most modern learning environment and, to that end, has undertaken an ambitious campus-enhancement program over the past decade.
Baruch is home to many centers and institutes that support education and research in such key areas as business, finance, the global economy, public policy, social equity, and real estate and metropolitan development.
Baruch College is situated on Lexington Avenue near the Flatiron District of Manhattan, in the heart of one of the world’s most dynamic financial and cultural centers.
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 Bernard of Clairvaux, Abbot, Theologian, and Poet
Bernard, third son of a Burgundian nobleman, was born in 1090.
Bernard believed that Abelard was too rationalistic in his approach, and failed to allow sufficiently for the element of mystery in the faith.
If Bernard in controversy was fierce and not always fair, it partly because he was a man of intense feeling and dedication, quick to respond to any real or supposed threat to what he held sacred.
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 Bernard Baruch Portrait-www.scstatehouse.net - LPITS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Although he never ran for public office, Bernard Baruch was an adviser to American presidents on economic matters for more than 40 years.
Bernard Mannes Baruch was born on Aug. 19, 1870, at Camden, S.C. His family moved to New York City in 1881, and he attended City College there, graduating at the age of 19.
Baruch bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and within a few years became a millionaire.
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 History of the New York Stock Exchange: Bernard M. Baruch
Baruch when he is tired, or ought to be tired; the romance of Baruch is an internal spring of refreshment.
Baruch and Hoover, alone of the business men who came to Washington during the war achieved real successes in the higher positions, and he showed vastly the greater capacity of the two to operate in a political atmosphere.
Baruch's money and its use to build up such an intensive organization for the Democrats, as Chairman Hays with a million or two at his disposal had erected for them, considered seriously whether or not it would not be wise themselves to occupy Mr.
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 Hoover and Truman - Bernard Baruch biographical sketch
Bernard Baruch (1870-1965) played a prominent role in Democratic Party politics throughout much of the first half of the twentieth century.
Baruch's work as a political advisor earned him the nickname "Park Bench Statesman," as he often could be found sitting at a park bench across from the White House, offering advice to politicians.
Baruch was one of several people who met with Hoover during May of 1945 in order to initiate contact between the two Presidents.
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 Bernard Baruch
Bernard M. Baruch was 75 years old in 1946 when President Harry S. Truman asked him to take the American proposal concerning atomic energy to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission.
Baruch amassed his fortune before he was 30, started his own company, and by 1910 had become one of Wall Street’s financial leaders.
Baruch's speech began with words designed for impact, "We are here today to make a choice between the quick and the dead." Unfortunately, something was already dead and it was the Baruch Plan.
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 Grad Profiles - Bernard M. Baruch College Zicklin Business
Baruch occupies four buildings in the Gramercy Park area of Manhattan, the heart of one of the world’s most dynamic cultural and financial centers.
Baruch students and faculty and staff members also have access to the 4.5 million volumes in the CUNY library system and to the collections of the world-famous New York Public Library.
Baruch’s Subotnick Financial Services Center is a unique educational facility for students and the financial community that features a fully equipped simulated trading environment with continuous live data feed by Reuters, integrating financial services practice into the M.B.A. curriculum.
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 Bernard Baruch
American financier and Presidential advisor Bernard Baruch became a millionaire before his thirtieth birthday, via his rise through the Wall Street ranks.
Although he was offered the post of Treasury Secretary by Franklin Roosevelt, he declined in favor of remaining an unofficial advisor, a role he continued through the presidency of John Kennedy.
Bernard M. Baruch: The Adventures of a Wall Street Legend.
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 Bernard M. Baruch College of the City University of New York - College Closeup
Baruch College, one of the best academic resources in the New York City area, has earned a reputation for excellence that extends to all parts of the world, attracting students from New York State, neighboring states, and abroad.
Baruch College requires that all students take general liberal arts courses as the necessary preparation and framework within which specialized knowledge can be most effectively used.
Baruch’s College’s seventeen-floor, 800,000-square-foot William and Anita Newman Vertical Campus features high-technology classrooms, computer labs, and research facilities as well as a three-level Athletic and Recreation Complex and the state-of-the-art Baruch Performing Arts Center.
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 History of Baruch - Public Exhibit : Part 4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
There was a tradition at what was now known as the Baruch School to have a Parent's Day where during the 1950s the goal was to influence parents to be supportive of their children's education as well as the college.
Bernard M. Baruch maintained his ties with his alma mater throughout his life.
Bernard M. Baruch was a generous benefactor to his alma mater, but he also supported the college in other ways.
newman.baruch.cuny.edu /digital/2001/history/exhibit/chap_04/default.htm   (1017 words)

  
 Bernard Baruch : The Adventures of a Wall Street Legend - James Grant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
We read startling details of events such as the infamous "peace-note leak" investigation of 1917, in which Baruch was accused of profiting on the unauthorized disclosure of state papers; his controversial career in Washington in 1918 and at the Versailles Peace Conference in 1919; his vital, behind-the-scenes role in the politics of the 1920s.
Here, too, is Baruch's curious, often embittered relations with the New Deal, as well as his service as American ambassador to the postwar negotiations to control the atomic bomb.
Masterfully written, Bernard Baruch is a richly rewarding, full-scale biography every bit as compelling, as mesmerizing, as monumental as its legendary subject.
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 The 1946 Baruch Plan for World Government (Bernard Baruch)
Baruch had earlier been associated with Wilson's attempt to have the League of Nations created as a World Government, with a World Army and a World Court: c20-doc.html.
One might place Baruch in the Zionist faction, because he headed the Jewish delegation obtaining Palestine at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919: freedman.html.
Baruch and Lilienthal, the authors of the Plan, were Jews, and both editors of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, which carried the Plan and its debate, were Jews.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Baruch, Bernard Mannes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Bernard Baruch Research Bernard Baruch at the world's largest online library.
Baruch, Bernard Mannes BARUCH, BERNARD MANNES [Baruch, Bernard Mannes], 1870-1965, U.S. financier and government adviser, b.
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "Baruch, Bernard Mannes" at HighBeam.
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 Baruch College - The City University of New York (CUNY)
Baruch's Case Study Approach Appeals to Israeli Marketing Students
Baruch Professor Testifies Before House Ways and Means Committee
Baruch Podcast: "The Baruch Business Report: From Enron to the Fed: The CFO Outlook Survey"
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 Baruch Bernard Mannes - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Baruch Bernard Mannes - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Baruch, Bernard Mannes (1870-1965), American financier and economist, whose theories about wartime economies and industry earned him a reputation...
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 Internet Archive: Details: Bernard Baruch Adviser To Presidents Is Dead At 94, 1965/06/21
Bernard Baruch Adviser To Presidents Is Dead At 94, 1965/06/21 (1965)
Baruch sitting on park bench, made plea before Security Council of UN to ban nuclear weapons "choice between the quick and the dead" - with Ike (partial newsreel)
Newsreel story from the 50s reporting the death of Bernard Baruch, a philanthropist who tried to ban nuclear weapons.
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 Jew Watch - Leaders - Bernard Baruch
Baruch, Bernard Mannes Baruch, Bernard Mannesberook´, 1870-1965, U.S. financier and government adviser, b.
The War Industries Board was run by Bernard Baruch, a Wall Street speculator with close personal and business ties to old E.H. Harriman.
Prescott's father reported to the Board's Chairman, Bernard Baruch, and to Baruch's assistant, Wall Street private banker Clarence Dillon.
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 The Authentic History Center
Bernard Mannes Baruch (August 19, 1870 –; June 20, 1965) was an American financier, stock market and commodities speculator, statesman, and presidential adviser.
Baruch was highly regarded as an elder stateman.
Described as a man of immense charm who enjoyed a larger-than-life reputation that matched his considerable fortune, he is remembered as one of the most powerful men of the early 20th century.
www.authentichistory.com /1950s/speeches/19460614_Bernard_Baruch_Atomic_Energy_Proposal_to_UN.html   (3829 words)

  
 Trademark Takes Bernard Baruch - bloodhorse.com
Defending Baruch champion Del Mar Show went right to the front out of the gate, with Union Place in close pursuit.
Trademark was winning for the 10th time in 47 starts and with his Baruch win passed the $300,000 mark in lifetime earnings.
While Bailey's streak was halted, Mott still had a chance to win the Bernard Baruch with Patrol, who ran uncoupled.
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 Prudent Bear Funds, Inc. - Press Room - Short Selling Explained - A Short History of the Bear   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
These proverbially open-handed and trusting gentleman had accepted the leadership of New York's adroit Democratic financier, Bernard Baruch.' Baruch, the best known short-seller in the country, shrugged off the charge.
The most eloquent justification for the bear comes is provided by the American financier Bernard Baruch, who was called to Washington in 1916 after a market panic, to explain his short-sales of the stock of the Brooklyn Rapid Transport Company, a go-go stock of that era.
Baruch stood his ground, politely explaining to the politicians that 'bears can only make money if the bulls push up stocks to where they are overpriced and unsound.' He continued:
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 Bernard BARUCH : astrology horoscope planets Map of the Heavens Interactive Chart Horoscopes with Astrotheme
Just click on the Dynamic Natal Chart of Bernard BARUCH with the positions of planets, astrological houses, and the list of the aspects with orbs in degrees and minutes.
Astrology and Planets for Bernard BARUCH : You can try this Free Google Website Translator to translate the French texts into English, just copy and paste the last address.
Only 6 diagrams out of 11 are displayed, and precision of these computations is of course not of the same level than those for the case of the known time of the event.
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 Mr. Baruch - The Life Story of Bernard Baruch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Bernard Baruch gave this Pulitzer Prize author free access to the vast collection of papers covering his career, making this book his definitive biography.
Baruch is the story of Bernard M. Baruch, one of the most famous American financiers of the first half of the 20th century.
Coit also won the award of the National Council of Women in the United States for her second book Mr.
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 Institutional Research and Program Assessment - Baruch College
Welcome to Baruch College’s Office of Institutional Research and Program Assessment, a clearinghouse for student-related information.
The mission of the Office is to compile, maintain, and analyze institutional and other data to support the operation, decision-making, and planning functions of the College.
Baruch College, One Bernard Baruch Way, Box J1004 New York, NY 10010
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