Wood, Robert (Coldwell)

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WOOD, Robert (Coldwell)

WOOD, Robert (Coldwell). American, b. 1923. Genres: Politics/ Government. Career: Harvard University, Asst. Professor, 1954-57; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Asst Professor of Political Science, 1957- 59, Assoc Professor, 1959-62, Professor, 1962-66, Head of the Dept, 1965- 66, 1969-70, Director, M.I.T.-Harvard University Joint Center for Urban Studies, 1969-70; Under Secretary and Secretary, U.S. Dept of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, 1966-69; President, University, of Massachusetts, 1970-77; Superintendent, Boston Public Schools, 1978-80; Professor of Political Science, University of Massachusetts at Boston, 1980-83; John E Andres Professor of Government, and Henry Luce Professor of Democratic Instns. and the Society Order, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., 1983-92, emeritus, 1992-. Publications: Suburbia: Its People and Their Politics, 1958; Metropolis Against Itself, 1959; 1400 Governments: The Political Economy of the New York Region, 1960; (co-author) School- men and Politics, 1962; (co-author) The Government and Politics of the U.S., 1965; The Necessary Majority: Middle America and the Urban Crisis, 1972; Remedial Law, 1990; Whatever Possessed the President, 1993. Address: 85 E India Row 16F, Boston, MA 02110-3397, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]