Bellush, Bernard

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BELLUSH, Bernard

BELLUSH, Bernard. American, b. 1917. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Organized labor, Biography. Career: Hunter College (now of the City University of New York), New York City, tutor, 1946-49; City College of the City University of New York, New York City, assistant professor, 1951-61, associate professor and sub-chairman of department, 1961-68, professor, 1968-78, resident professor of history, 1978-81. Lecturer at Ballard School, 1950-53; Columbia University, lecturer at Teachers College, 1960, visiting associate professor, 1964-66; lecturer at Cooper Union, 1961; Fulbright professor at State University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1966-67 and 1970-71; member of faculty at Henry George School of Social Science, 1978-81; lecturer on union power and its future. American Civil Liberties Union, member, 1963-84, chairperson of Academic Freedom Committee, 1976-81; Americans for Democratic Action, member of national board of directors, 1971-, chairman of New York State chapter, 1971-73, president of Nassau County chapter 1976-; U.S. representative of World Veterans Federation non-governmental observer at the United Nations, 1980-; roving correspondent at The Forward, 1986-. Publications: Franklin D. Roosevelt as Governor of New York, 1955; He Walked Alone: A Biography of John Gilbert Winant, 1968; The Failure of the NRA, 1975; (with J. Bellush) Union Power and New York: Victor Gotbaum and District Council 37, 1984. Address: 55 Grasslands Rd Apt D252, Valhalla, NY 10595-1660, U.S.A.