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Maynard C. Krueger

economics educator

Maynard C. Krueger, American economics educator. Chairman Indiana Voters Illinois, 1957-1959; candidate vice president United States Socialist Party, 1940. Member of Quadrangle.

Background

Krueger, Maynard C. was born on January 16, 1906 in near Alexandria, Missouri, United States. Son of Fred C. and Nelle C. (Hoewing) Krueger.

Education

Bachelor of Arts Missouri, 1926. Master of Arts, University Missouri, 1927. Postgraduate other universities in, United States and Europe, 1932.

Career

Instructor University Pennsylvania, 1928-1932. Assistant professor University Chicago, 1932-1947, associate professor, 1947-1965, professor, 1965-1977, emeritus, 1977-1991. Executive director International House, Chicago, 1977-1981.

Visiting professor University Vienna, Austria, 1959-1960, University Athens, Greece, 1963-1964, State University of New York, 1965-1966. Consultant ECA programs, 1951. Vice president American Federation Teachers, 1934-1936.

Membership

Chairman Indiana Voters Illinois, 1957-1959. Candidate vice president United States Socialist Party, 1940. Member of Quadrangle.

Connections

Married Elsie C. Gasperik, August 25, 1934. Children– Karen (Mistress Harold F. Finn), Linda (Mistress Bruce B. MacLachlan), Susan (Mistress Winston A. Salser).

father:
Fred C. Krueger

mother:
Nelle C. (Hoewing) Krueger

spouse:
Elsie C. Gasperik

children:
Karen Krueger (Mistress Harold F. Finn)

Linda Krueger (Mistress Bruce B. MacLachlan)

Susan Krueger (Mistress Winston A. Salser)