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us: Dahl, Robert A., 1915-2014


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    • Robert Alan
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    • us: Dahl, Robert Alan, 1915-2014
    • us: Dahl, R. A. (Robert Alan), 1915-2014
    • us: Dāl, Rūbirt A., 1915-2014
    • us: دال، روبرت أ.، 1915-
    • us: دال، روبرت إيه.، 1915-
    • us: 达尔.罗伯特, 1915-2014
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    • found: Congress and foreign policy, c1950: title page (Robert A. Dahl)
    • found: Dilemmas of pluralist democracy, c1982: title page (Robert A. Dahl)
    • found: On political equality, c2006: title page (Robert A. Dahl)
    • found: ʻAn al-dīmuqrāṭīyah, 2000: t.p. (Rūbirt A. Dāl) t.p. verso (Robert A. Dahl)
    • found: La democracia y sus críticos, 1991: t.p. (R. A. Dahl) front flap (Professor emeritus of political science at Yale University)
    • found: Contemporary Authors Online, via WWW, October 19, 2012 (Robert Alan Dahl, 1915-; also known as Robert A. Dahl, Robert Dahl; born December 17, 1915 in Inwood, IA; son of Peter Ivor Dahl and Vera Lewis; AB, University Washington, 1936; Ph. D., Yale University, 1940; management analyst, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1940; economist, Office of Production Management, Office of Price Administration and Civilian Supply, War Production Board, 1940-1942; Yale University, New Haven, CT, instructor, 1946-1947, assistant professor, 1948-1952, associate professor, 1953-1957, Ford Research Professor, 1957, Eugene Meyer Professor of Political Science, 1957-1963, Sterling Professor of Political Science, beginning 1963, currently professor emeritus; Robert A. Dahl is considered one of the foremost political scientists in the United states, and the country's leading student of democratic theory and practice; he is the author of more than a dozen influential books on various aspects of political science; Dahl's books have been translated into thirty languages)
    • found: New York times (online), viewed Feb. 10, 2014 (in obituary published Feb. 7: Robert A. Dahl; b. Robert Alan Dahl, Dec. 17, 1915, Inwood, Iowa; moved with his family to Skagway, Alaska; d. Wednesday [Feb. 5, 2014], Hamden, Conn., aged 98; political scientist who was widely regarded as his profession's most distinguished student of democratic government)
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    • 1980-06-30: new
    • 2014-02-27: revised
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