Weber, Ralph E.
WEBER, Ralph E.
WEBER, Ralph E. American, b. 1926. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government, Biography. Career: University of Notre Dame, instructor, 1953-54; Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, assistant to the dean, 1954-57, assistant professor, 1956-63, registrar and director of admissions, 1958-61, associate professor, 1963-69, professor of history, 1969-, chair of the History Dept., 1993-96. Publications: Notre Dame's John Zahm, 1961; (with J. Arnold) Admission to College, 1964; United States Diplomatic Codes and Ciphers 1775-1938, 1979; Masked Dispatches: Cryptograms and Cryptology in American History, 1775-1900, 1993. EDITOR/CO-EDITOR: As Others See Us, 1972, rev. ed. as From the Foreign Press, 1979; Voices of Revolution, 1972; The Awakening of a Sleeping Giant, 1980; European Ideologies since 1789, 1980; American Dissent from Thomas Jefferson to Cesar Chavez, 1980; The Final Memoranda: General Ralph Van Deman, The Father of US Military Intelligence, 1988; Spymasters: Ten CIA Officers in Their Own Words, 1999; Talking with Harry: Candid Conversations with President Harry S. Truman, 2001; Dear Americans: Letters from the Desk of Ronald Reagan, 2003.