Chelf, Carl P.
CHELF, Carl P.
CHELF, Carl P. American, b. 1937. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Professor of Government, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, since 1968, (Assistant Professor of Government, 1964-68; Staff Assistant to Vice President, 1968-69; Assistant Dean of Faculties, 1970-71; Assistant Dean of Instruction, 1971-72; Associate Dean of Instruction, 1972-73; formerly, Dean of Public Service and Continuity Education, from 1974). Congressional Fellow, American Political Science Association, 1962-63; Legislative Service Fellow, American Political Science Association, 1971-73; Academic Administration Intern and Fellow, American Council on Education, 1969-70. Publications: (co-author) 100 Questions about a Constitutional Convention, 1960; (co-author) Planning and Zoning Law in Kentucky, 1961; A Manual for Members of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1973; (co-author) Political Parties in the United States: A Systems Analysis, 1974; Congress in the American System, 1977; Public Policymaking in America: Difficult Choices, Limited Solutions, 1981; American Government: Kentucky Edition, 1991; Controversial Issues in Social Welfare Policy, 1991. Address: Dept. of Government, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101, U.S.A.
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