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Maslow was a Jewish-American professor of psychology who created the Maslow’s hierarchy of… [More] needs, which was a humanistic theory of self-actualization within people. He stressed the importance of focusing on the positive qualities in people. He developed his famed theory via his 1943 academic paper “A Theory of Human Motivation,” which states that people have an array of needs, ranging from the most basic and physiological to the grander, such as self-actualization and creativity. In a pyramid, the most basic needs would be the larger section (at the bottom). [Less]
1918: Herbert G. Klein
Klein was born to a Jewish family in California. He was US president Richard Nixon’s Executive… [More] Branch Communications Director. Prior to that role, he served in various press secretary positions, including as Nixon’s presidential campaign’s press secretary. He wrote the book “Making It Perfectly Clear, an Inside Account of Nixon’s Love-Hate Relationship with the Media.” He also worked in the media and was a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a think tank based in Washington, DC. [Less]
1953: Barry Sonnenfeld
Sonnenfeld is a Jewish-American filmmaker and television director. He worked as cinematographer for the… [More] Coen brothers (Ethan and Joel), then later directed and produced big budget films such as “Men in Black.” He also directed “Wild Wild West” as well as the sequels to “Men in Black.” [Less]