Toledano, Ralph de
TOLEDANO, Ralph de
TOLEDANO, Ralph de. American, b. 1916. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Music, Politics/Government. Career: Syndicated columnist, Creators Syndicate, Los Angeles; contributing editor, National Review, NYC; National Reports Editor, Newsweek magazine, NYC, 1948-60; Syndicated columnist, King Features Syndicate, NYC, 1960-71, National News-Research Syndicate, 1971-74, and Copley News Service, 1974-89. Publications: (ed and contrib) Frontiers of Jazz, 1947, rev. ed, 1994; Seeds of Treason, 1950; Spies, and Diplomats, 1952; Day of Reckoning (novel), 1954; Nixon, 1956; Lament for a Generation, 1960; The Greatest Plot in History, 1963; The Winning Side, 1963; (with P. Brennan) The Goldwater Story, 1964; RFK: The Man Who Would Be President, 1967; One Man Alone: Richard Nixon, 1969; (with P. Brennan) Claude Kirk, 1970; Little Cesar, 1971; J. Edgar Hoover: The Man in His Times, 1973; Let Our Cities Burn, 1975; The Municipal Doomsday Machine, 1976; Poems: You and I, 1978; Devil Take Him, 1979; The Apocrypha of Limbo (poems), 1994; Notes from the Underground: The Whittaker Chambers-Ralph de Toledano Letters, 1998. Address: 500 23rd St., N. W, Washington, DC 20037, U.S.A.