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Organski, A. F. K., 1923-1998

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    • Abramo Fimo Kenneth
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    • Organski, Abramo Fimo Kenneth, 1923-1998
    • Organski, Kenneth, 1923-1998
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        • Organization: Decision Insights, Inc.
    • Birth Place

        Rome, Italy
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        Political science
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      • Sources

        • found: World politics, 1958:title page (A. F. K. Organski)
        • found: The stages of political development, 1965:t.p. (A.F.K. Organski, Univ. of Michigan)
        • found: Power transitions: strategies for the 21st century, 2000:title page (A.F.K. Organski) page xvii (Kenneth Organski; died on 6 March 1998 while this project was in progress)
        • found: The New York Times, via WWW, February 11, 2013(March 22, 1998 edition; Organski, Professor Abramo Fimo Kenneth; Political scientist and educator; died March 6 of a heart attack; Dr. Organski was born in Rome in 1923, where he attended the Ginnasio Liceo Torquato Tasso; he came to the United States with his parents Menasce and Anna (Feinstein) Organski and his brother Guido in 1939 as his family fled the anti-Jewish laws of the Mussolini regime; he settled in New York where he became an American citizen in 1944; he served with the American armed forces from 1943 to 1945 and then went on to earn a BA (1947), MA (1948) and Ph. D. (1951) from New York University; after teaching at Brooklyn College from 1952-1964, he joined the faculty of the University of Michigan; at the time of his death, he was professor of political science and Senior Research Scientist in the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan; his books included World Politics; Population and World Power, coauthored with his first wife Katherine Davis Fox; Birth, Death and Taxes; Stages of Political Development; The War Ledger, written with Jacek Kugler; and The 36 Billion Dollar Bargain)
        • found: Wikipedia, via WWW, February 11, 2013(A. F. K. Organski; Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, founder of the Power Transition theory, and a co-founder of Decision Insights, Inc; his pioneering work spanned several decades, and focused on specific aspects of world politics, including political demography, political development, and grand strategy; born Abramo Fimo Kenneth Organski on May 12, 1923 in Rome, Italy; died March 6, 1998)
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        • 1980-05-30: new
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