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John Schaar

Especially remembered for his contributions towards the Totally free Speech Movement from the mid-to-late 20th century, this political theory professor and scholar published a number of important works, including Loyalty in the us (1957) and Escape from Power: The Perspectives of Erich Fromm (1961). After completing his bachelor’s level, master’s level, and doctorate on the School of California, LA, he started his teaching profession at the School of California, Berkeley, and afterwards joined up with the faculty from the School of California, Santa Cruz. His high-profile learners include politics activist Frank Bardacke and politics scientist Wilson Carey McWilliams. A indigenous of Montoursville, Pa, he was raised on a plantation and grew up within the Lutheran beliefs. He was wedded to fellow politics theory scholar Hanna Fenichel Pitkin. He was a modern of economist and fellow politics theorist Julian Simon.

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