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by Robert A. Katzmann

  • ISBN: 0801879671
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Robert A. Katzmann
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; 2 edition (March 17, 2004)
  • Pages: 240
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Robert A. Katzmann is a . Circuit Court Judge for the Second Circuit

Robert A. Circuit Court Judge for the Second Circuit. He has taught law, government, and public policy at Georgetown University, and has served as president of the Governance Institute and senior fellow and acting director of the Government Studies Program at the Brookings Institution. The Gentleman From New York : Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Biography.

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A selected annotated bibliography of the writings of Daniel Patrick Moynihan": pages 196-217. Katzmann, Robert A; Museum of the City of New York; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).

MORE BY Philip Zelikow. Secrecy: The American Experience. The essayists themselves are a remarkable group and did not settle for easy encomiums. They take on different aspects of Moynihan's career with enough seriousness and lively writing to give this volume lasting value. Readers who think they understand Moynihan's public career are sure to find another dimension of it here.

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For more than a generation, Daniel Patrick Moynihan has inhabited the worlds of ideas and politics and has nourished both. Contributors here examine Moynihan's many areas of intellectual concern and influence-ethnicity, social policy, international relations, public works and public architecture, and, not the least, government secrecy.

One of the most distinguished figures in twentieth-century American politics, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, was at the center of virtually every major political issue of his day, offering a distinct voice unique in its prescience, scholarliness, and statesmanlike manner. The contributors to this career-spanning assessment knew Moynihan as teacher, scholar, and colleague, and they use their diverse interactions with him to paint a picture of an extraordinary thinker with many areas of intellectual concern: social policy, international relations, public works, race relations, and.

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Daniel Patrick Moynihan and the Fall and Rise of Public Works Daniel Patrick Moynihan: The Intellectual in Public Life. The Intellectual in Public Life; citation author Peck, Robert A; citation author Katzmann. World War II Americans and the Age of Big Government; citation author Sparrow. The architecture of diplomacy : building America's embassies.

In, Daniel Patrick Moynihan: The Intellectual in Public Life, ed. Katzmann, Robert . .Washington, DC/Baltimore. Camelot’s Legacy to Public Art: Aesthetic Ideology in the New Frontier. Woodrow Wilson Center Press/Johns Hopkins University Press. Sorenson, Theodore C. 1965. Art Journal 48 (4): 303–308. Recommend this journal.

Daniel Patrick Moynihan, former presidential adviser, at his office at Harvard in.Mr. Roberts is an obituaries reporter at The New York Times.

Daniel Patrick Moynihan, former presidential adviser, at his office at Harvard in 1971. George Tames/The New York Times. Moynihan’s conclusions were leaked, though, and became public in 1965 when America was wracked by urban riots, and the report was misinterpreted as blaming the victims. His recommendation to Nixon that the administration’s incendiary rhetoric on race would benefit from a period of benign neglect was also distorted.

One of the most distinguished figures in twentieth-century American politics, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, was at the center of virtually every major political issue of his day, offering a distinct voice unique in its prescience, scholarliness, and statesmanlike manner. The contributors to this career-spanning assessment knew Moynihan as teacher, scholar, and colleague, and they use their diverse interactions with him to paint a picture of an extraordinary thinker with many areas of intellectual concern: social policy, international relations, public works, race relations, and government secrecy. In addition, the essayists explore Moynihan's role as a devoted public servant, from his experience in four successive presidential administrations through his time as ambassador and senator from New York.