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Dayton David Mckean

Dayton David Mckean, American educator. Recipient Senior Research award Social Science Research Council, 1960. Member New Jersey House of Assembly, 1933-1934; Member various coms. National Municipal League.; Member American, N.E. (past president) political science associations Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Delta Sigma Rho.

Background

  • Mckean, Dayton David was born on December 4, 1904 in Longmont, Colorado, United States. Son of Thomas D. and Mary L. (Dobbins) Mckean.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Colorado U., 1927, A.M., 1929. Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia, 1938. Master of Arts (honorary), Dartmouth, 1946.

    Career

    • Instructor, U. Colorado, 1927-1929. Instructor, assistant professor Princeton, 1929-1937. Assistant professor and professor Dartmouth, 1937-1952, department chairman, 1947-1951.

      On leave of absence 2 years as department commissioner finance for New Jersey, 1941-1943. Chairman Midwest Conference on Graduate Study and Research, 1957-1958. Consultant Western Interstate Commision on Higher Education, 1958.

    Works

    • Author: Pressures of the Leg. of New Jersey, 1938. The Boss: The Hague Machine in Action, 1940. Party and Pressure Politics, 1949.

      The Integrated Bar, 1963. Also magazine articles, monographs, reviews.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member New Jersey House of Assembly, 1933-1934. Member various coms. National Municipal League. Member American, N.E. (past president) political science associations Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Delta Sigma Rho.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Walrod, August 27, 1931. Children: Mary Margaret, Paul Arthur.
    • father: Thomas D. Mckean
    • mother: Mary L. (Dobbins) Mckean
    • spouse: Margaret Walrod
    • children: Mary Margaret Mckean
    • Paul Arthur Mckean
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    Born December 4, 1904
    Died November 5, 1977
    (aged 72)
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