Hamilton, John Maxwell

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HAMILTON, John Maxwell

HAMILTON, John Maxwell. American, b. 1947. Genres: Communications/Media, Economics, International relations/Current affairs, Biography, Writing/Journalism, Essays. Career: Milwaukee Journal, WI, reporter, 1967-69; U.S. Marine Corps, officer, 1969-73; freelance journalist, 1973-78, 1986-88; Agency for International Development, Washington, DC, special assistant, 1979-81; U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, Washington, DC, associate, 1981-82; World Bank, sr. counselor, 1983-86, 1988-92; Public Radio International, Marketplace, commentator, 1991-; Louisiana State University, Manship School of Mass Communication, director, 1992-94, dean, 1994-, Hopkins P. Braezeale Professor, 1998-. Publications: Main Street American and the Third World, 1986; Edgar Snow: A Biography, 1988; Entangling Alliances: How the Third World Shapes Our Lives, 1990; (with G.A. Krimsky) Hold the Press: The Inside Story on Newspapers, 1996; Casanova Was a Book Lover: And Other Naked Truths and Provocative Curiosities about the Writing, Selling, and Reading of Books, 2000. Address: 567 L.S.U. Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70808, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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