Party affiliation: Republican
Bar, 1935; attorney R.F.C., 1936-1937. Lecturer, University of Virginia Law School 1940, and 1947-1955. Economics consultant National Resources Planning Board, 1943.
Lecturer United States Army School Military Government, 1943, Columbia, summer 1946, 50, 52, 53, 55, University of California, summer 1947, Harvard, summer 1948, 51, 66, United States State Department, France, Germany summer, 1956, also numerous programs, insts. Assistant professor business administration University of Virginia, 1939-1942, associate professor economics, 1943-1946, professor, 1946-1955. Fulbright lecturer Oxford University, 1953-1954.
Rockefeller fellow, also Earhart fellow, 1954-1955. William Dow professor economics and political science McGill University, 1955-1962. Professor economics University of Georgia, Athens, 1962-1968.
Economics adviser Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 1963-1966.
Author: The Creation of Purchasing Power (David Wells prize Harvard), 1941. The Economics of Disturbance, 1947. Democracy and Progress, 1948.
Member editorial committee United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Dictionary of the Social Sciences, 1959-1963. Member Royal Economics Society, American (Executive Committee 1952-1955), Southern (president 1950) economics associations, Society Colonial Wars, Society Cincinnati, Huguenot Society of South Carolina (life), Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma. Clubs: Oglethorpe, Savannah Yacht (Savannah, Georgia).
Born August 1, 1909