McCarthy, Charles

McCarthy, Charles,

1873–1921, American political scientist and author, b. Brockton, Mass. He organized and directed (1901–21) at Madison, Wis., the first official legislative reference library in the country. Through published articles, lectures, and contact with legislators he became one of the chief minds behind the progressive legislation enacted in Wisconsin in the gubernatorial administration of Robert M. La FolletteLa Follette, Robert Marion
, 1855–1925, American political leader, U.S. Senator from Wisconsin (1906–25), b. Primrose, Wis. Early Career

Admitted (1880) to the Wisconsin bar, he practiced in Madison, Wis.
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. He wrote The Wisconsin Idea (1912). McCarthy served (1914–15) as the first director of the U.S. Commission on Industrial Relations.

Bibliography

See biography by E. A. Fitzpatrick (1944).

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Riders - Stijn de Bock, Matthew Bostock, Max Stedman, Jacob Henessy, Robert McCarthy, Charles Page, Alex Paton, Tom Stewart, Charlie Tanfield, Andy Tennant, Rory Townsend, Ollie Wood.
En la primer parte del libro, Sosa presenta las teorias de los movimientos sociales tradicionales, incluye las teorias de Marx, Lenin y Gramsci, pero tambien los trabajos mas cercanos de la investigacion cientifica de movimientos sociales contemporaneos como Sidney Tarrow, John McCarthy, Charles Tilly, Doug McAdam, Alvaro Garcia Linera y David Snow.
Part 1, Invited Chapters, includes the following: (1) President's Message: Critical Issues in Leadership (Joe Pacha); and (2) It's Not the Bicycle, It's the Ride: Eight NCPEA Living Legends Respond (Living Legend 2009) (Theodore Creighton, Marilyn Grady, Louis Wildman, Robert Beach, Rosemary Papa, Martha McCarthy, Charles Achilles and John Hoyle).
Officers Paul Keyes, Paul McCarthy, Charles Brace, Ignacio Garcia, Robert Turgeon and Sgt.
Yet a case could be made for Auster as one of a group of contemporary American writers who combine metafictional and realistic elements, continuing that nineteenth-century philosophical dimension of fiction: De Lillo, Updike, McCarthy, Charles Johnson, Anne Tyler, Marilynne Robinson, Richard Powers, Emily Prager, and Alison Lurie all spring to mind.
EBBSFLEET UNITED 1 Ricketts 65 WREXHAM 0 EBBSFLEET: Cronin, Stevens, McCarthy, Charles, Duncan (Pooley 67), Ricketts, West, Long, Sole (Yussuff 87), Gash (Ibe 36), Moore.