Moley, Raymond (Charles)

(27 sep. 1886, Berea, Ohio, EE.UU.– 18 feb. 1975, Phoenix, Ariz.).

Educador y asesor político estadounidense. Desde 1923 hasta 1954 fue profesor de ciencia política en la Universidad de Columbia. En la década de 1920 preparó estudios de justicia penal en varias ciudades por encargo del gob. Franklin D. Roosevelt de Nueva York. Cuando Roosevelt se preparaba para su campaña presidencial de 1932, formó el Brain Trust, un grupo de expertos para asesorarlo en asuntos de interés nacional. Redactó muchos de los discursos de campaña de Roosevelt y acuñó el término New Deal. Entre 1937 y 1968 fue director de la revista Newsweek.

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