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Maltese, John Anthony

MALTESE, John Anthony

MALTESE, John Anthony. American, b. 1960. Genres: Music, Politics/ Government. Career: University of Georgia, Athens, assistant professor of political science, 1989-96, associate professor, 1996-. Guest on radio and television programs. Grammy Award, Best Historical Album, 1996. Publications: (ed. and contrib.) The Accompanist: An Autobiography of Andre Benoist, 1978; Spin Control: The White House Office of Communications and the Management of Presidential News, 1992, rev. ed., 1994; (with C.C. Euchner) Selecting the President, 1992; The Selling of Supreme Court Nominees, 1995; (with J.A. Pika and N.C. Thomas) The Politics of the Presidency, 2002. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to political science and music journals. Address: Department of Political Science, Baldwin Hall, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602, U.S.A.

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