Alexander, Robert J.

Alexander, Robert J. (Jackson)

(1918–  ) political scientist; born in Canton, Ohio. With a Columbia University Ph.D., he taught at Rutgers University (1947). His works on economic development and the history of labor and radical movements in Latin America include The Venezuelan Democratic Revolution (1964) and Bolivia (1982). The Bolivian government awarded him the Order of the Condor of the Andes (1962).
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