Clem, Alan L(eland)
CLEM, Alan L(eland)
CLEM, Alan L(eland). American, b. 1929. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Professor of Political Science, University of South Dakota, Vermil- lion, 1964- (Assistant Professor, 1960-62; Associate Professor, 1962-64). Copywriter, Ayres Advertising Agency, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1950-52; Press Secretary, U.S. House of Reps., Washington, D.C., 1953-59; Information Specialist, Foreign Agricultural Service, Washington, DC, 1959-60. Publications: The Nomination of Joe Bottum, 1963; South Dakota Political Almanac, 2nd ed., 1969; Prairie State Politics, 1967; (sr. author) The Making of Congressmen: Seven Campaigns of 1974, 1976; American Electoral Politics: Strategies for Renewal, 1981; (with J. Rumbolz) Law Enforcement: The South Dakota Experience, 1982; The Government We Deserve, 1985, 5th ed., 1995; Congress: Powers, Processes, and Politics, 1989; Government by the People?: South Dakota Politics in the Last Third of the Twentieth Century, 2002. Address: 608 Colonial Court, Vermillion, SD 57069, U.S.A.