Goldwin, Robert (Allen)
GOLDWIN, Robert (Allen)
GOLDWIN, Robert (Allen). American, b. 1922. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C., since 1976. Director, Public Affairs Conference Center, University of Chicago, 1960-66; Associate, Professor, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio, 1966-69; Dean, St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland, 1969-73; Special Adviser to the Ambassador, US Mission to NATO, Brussels, 1973-74; Special Consultant to the President of the U.S., 1974-76. Publications: A Nation of States, 1963; America Armed, 1963; Why Foreign Aid?, 1963; Political Parties USA, 1964; Beyond the Cold War, 1964; 100 Years of Emancipation, 1965; Left, Right and Center, 1967; Higher Education and Modern Democracy, 1967; Representation and Misrepresentation, 1968; A Nation of Cities, 1968; On Civil Disobedience, 1969; How Democratic Is America?, 1971; Bureaucrats, Policy Analysts, Statesmen: Who Leads?, 1980; Political Parties in the Eighties, 1980; How Democratic Is the Constitution?, 1980; How Capitalistic Is the Constitution?, 1982; How Does the Constitution Secure Rights?, 1985; Separation of Powers-Does It Still Work?, 1986; How Does the Constitution Protect Religious Liberty?, 1987; How Federal Is the Constitution?, 1987; Slavery and Its Consequences: The Constitution, Equality, and Race, 1988; The Constitution, the Courts, and the Quest for Justice, 1989; Foreign Policy and the Constitution, 1990; The Spirit of the Constitution, 1990; Why Blacks, Women and Jews Are Not Mentioned in the Constitution, and Other Unorthodox Views, 1990; From Parchment to Power: How James Madison Used the Bill of Rights to Save the Constitution, 1997. EDITOR: Readings in World Politics, 1959, 1970; Readings in American Foreign Policy, 1959, 1971; Readings in Russian Foreign Policy, 1959. Address: c/o American Enterprise Institute, 1150 17th St., N.W., Washington, DC 20036, U.S.A.