Salisbury, Robert H(olt)
SALISBURY, Robert H(olt)
SALISBURY, Robert H(olt). American, b. 1930. Genres: Politics/ Government. Career: Professor, since 1965, and Chairman, 1966-73 and 1986-92, Dept. of Political Science, Washington University, St. Louis (joined faculty, 1955; Chairman, Center for the Study of Public Affairs, 1974-76). Publications: (with others) Functions and Policies of American Government, 1958, 3rd ed., 1967; (with Eliot, Chambers and Prewitt) American Government: Readings and Problems, 1959, 1965; (ed. with Chambers) Democracy in the Mid-Twentieth Century, 1960, as Democracy Today, 1962; (with Masters and Eliot) State Politics and the Public Schools, 1964; Interest Group Politics in America, 1970; Governing America: Public Choice and Political Action, 1973; Citizen Participation in the Public Schools, 1980; (with Prewitt and Verba) An Introduction to American Government, 1987; Interests and Institutions, Substance and Structure in American Politics, 1992; (with Heinz, Laumann, and Nelson) The Hollow Core, 1993. Address: 709 S. Skinker, St. Louis, MO 63105, U.S.A.