370 Lancaster Ave, Haverford, PA 19041, USA
Haverford College where Kenneth Dolbeare studied.
250 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY 11201, USA
Brooklyn Law School where Kenneth Dolbeare received his Bachelor of Laws degree.
116th St & Broadway, New York, NY 10027, USA
Columbia University where Kenneth Dolbeare received his Doctor of Philosophy degree.
(In the wake of a precedent-setting presidential election ...)
In the wake of a precedent-setting presidential election and in the midst of a deepening economic recession, Dolbeare and Cummings challenge students to examine and understand their own political beliefs in historical context.
(This text focuses exclusively on American ideologies and ...)
This text focuses exclusively on American ideologies and their implications for U.S. politics and government. It examines long-established basic values, and develops the traditional left-right political spectrum with the special American versions of liberalism, conservatism, populism, libertarianism.
(In this provocative and credible vision of middle-class r...)
In this provocative and credible vision of middle-class revolt, Kenneth M. Dolbeare and Janette Kay Hubbell issue a clarion call for the economic, social, and political revolution that they predict will revitalize American democracy for the twenty-first century.
Kenneth Dolbeare studied at Haverford College and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1951. Then he studied at Brooklyn Law School where he received a Bachelor of Laws degree. Dolbeare also studied at Columbia University and received a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1965.
Kenneth Dolbeare started his career as an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1965. Soon he became an associate professor. In 1970 he took up a post of professor of political science at the University of Washington. He held this post until 1974. Dolbeare also worked at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst as a professor of political science.
Kenneth Dolbeare wrote books on politics such as The School Prayer Decisions: From Court Policy to Local Practice, American Ideologies Today: Shaping the New Politics of the 1990s and American Political Thought. He also co-authored, USA 2012: After the Middle Class Revolution, with his wife, Janette Kay Hubbell.
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Kenneth Dolbeare is a member of the American Political Science Association.
Kenneth Dolbeare married Nancy L. Neusbaum on December 12, 1953. The marriage produced two children, Patricia and Timothy. In 1965 they divorced and Kenneth married Linda J. Medcalf on January 20, 1975. The marriage produced two children, Jake and Matthew. His third wife is Janette Kay Hubbell.