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I. F. Stone

I. F. StoneAKA Isador Feinstein

Born: 24-Dec-1907
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Died: 17-Jul-1989
Location of death: Boston, MA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Journalist, Publisher

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: I. F. Stone's Weekly

Father: Bernard Feinstein
Mother: Katherine Novack
Brother: Louis Stone
Sister: Judy Stone (b. 1-May-1924)
Wife: Esther Roisman (m. 1929, until his death, three children)
Daughter: Celia Stone Gilbert
Son: Jeremy Stone
Son: Christopher Stone

    High School: Haddonfield, NJ
    University: University of Pennsylvania (attended 1924-27)
    University: BA, University of Pennsylvania (1975)

    The Philadelphia Inquirer
    The New York Post 1933-39
    The Philadelphia Record
    The Nation Editor (1940-46)
    New York Star
    New York Daily Compass
    I. F. Stone's Weekly 1953-71
    Fair Play for Cuba Committee
    Heart Attack 1968
    Russian Ancestry
    Jewish Ancestry

    Huey Long (28-Sep-1985) · Himself

Author of books:
The Court Disposes (1937, politics)
Business As Usual: The First Year of Defense (1941, politics)
Underground to Palestine (1946, history)
This Is Israel (1948, history)
The Hidden History of the Korean War (1952, history)
The Truman Era, 1945-1952 (1953, history)
The Haunted Fifties (1963, history)
In a Time of Torment (1967, history)
Polemics and Prophecies, 1967-1970 (1970, essays)
The Killings at Kent State: How Murder Went Unpunished (1971, history)
The I. F. Stone's Weekly Reader (1973, collection)
The War Years, 1939-1945: A Nonconformist History of Our Times (1988, history)
The Trial of Socrates (1988, biography)
The Best of I .F. Stone (2006, collection)

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