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London, Herbert I.

LONDON, Herbert I.

LONDON, Herbert I. American, b. 1939. Genres: Education, Politics/Government, Social sciences. Career: New York University, NYC, professor of social studies, 1967-, dean of the Gallatin School, John M. Olin Professor of Humanities. Hudson Institute, consultant, 1969-, president, 1997-. Publications: Non-White Immigration and the White Australia Policy, 1970; Fitting In: Crosswise at Generation Gap, 1974; The Overheated Decade, 1976; The Seventies: Counterfeit Decade, 1979; Myths That Rule America, 1981; Closing the Circle: A Cultural History of the Rock Revolution, 1984; Why Are They Lying to Our Children?, 1984; Military Doctrine and the American Character, 1984; Armageddon in the Classroom, 1986; The Broken Apple: Notes on New York in the 1980s, 1989; From the Empire State to the Vampire State: New York in a Downward Transition, 1994; Decade of Denial, 2001. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: Education in the Twenty-First Century, 1969; Social Science Theory, Structure and Application, 1975; A Strategy for Victory without War, 1988. Address: 2 Washington Sq. Village, New York, NY 10012, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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