Ray Price (speechwriter)
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|Raymond Kissam Price, Jr.|
May 6, 1930 |
New York City, New York
|Residence||New York, New York|
|Other names||Ray Price|
|Education||Yale University, B.A., 1951|
|Alma mater||Yale University|
|Parents||Raymond Kissam Price(an investment banker)
Beth (Porter) Price
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He wrote a retrospective on the presidency titled With Nixon (New York : Viking Press, 1977. ISBN 0-670-77672-6) and assisted Nixon in the writing of several books.
- Collier's magazine, New York City, assistant to editor, 1955–57
- Life magazine, New York City, reporter, 1957
- New York Herald Tribune, New York City, member of editorial staff, 1957–64, editor of editorial page, 1964–66
- assistant to Richard M. Nixon, 1967–69, special assistant, 1969–73, special consultant, 1973–74, 1980. Writer. Chief speechwriter for President Nixon
- Fellow at John F. Kennedy Institute of Politics, Harvard University, 1977
- visiting fellow at American Enterprise Institute, 1977
- Nixon Professor at Whittier College, Whittier, California, 1978.
- Overseas Press Club of America
- Aurelian Honor Society
- Federal City Club
- Metropolitan Club
- Yale Club
- Skull and Bones Club
- New York Times Book Review, November 20, 1977;
- Newsweek, November 28, 1977;
- New York Review of Books, April 6, 1978.