Freedman, Anne (E.)

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FREEDMAN, Anne (E.)

FREEDMAN, Anne (E.). American, b. 1938. Genres: Politics/Government, Literary criticism and history. Career: Bunting Institute, Cambridge, MA, research associate, 1964-66; Wheaton College, Norton, MA, instructor in political science, 1964-65; Saint Xavier College, Chicago, IL, instructor in political science, 1965-66; Roosevelt University, Chicago, became professor of political science and public administration, 1966-, chair of political science department, 1970-73, acting chair, 1983-84, head of graduate program, 1973-. Lecturer on public affairs issues. Publications: (with C. Smith) Voluntary Associations: Perceptions on Literature, 1972; The Planned Society, 1972; (with P.E. Freedman) The Psychology of Political Control, 1975; Patronage: An American Tradition, 1994. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals. Address: Roosevelt University, 430 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605, U.S.A.