American, b. 1931.
Career: History teacher, Albuquerque Acad., New Mexico, 1988-90. At Phillips Exeter Academy, New Hampshire: Instructor in History, 1957-66; Chairman of the History Dept., 1966-69; Dean of the Faculty, 1969-73; Cowles Professor in the Humanities, 1973-82; Librarian, 1973-77; Vice-Principal, 1979-82. Dean of Admissions, Amherst College, Massachusetts, 1982-87.
Publications: The Union Divides, 1963; Socialism and the Workers in Massachusetts, 1966; From Versailles to Nuremburg, 1969; (co-author) The Americans: A Brief History, 1972, 4th ed. 1985; Trouble Downtown, 1977; Seabrook Station, 1990; Their Lives and Numbers, 1995.
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