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Neumann, Sigmund, 1904- / Germany: promise and perils
(1950)

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The Author
SIGMUND NEUMANN: Professor of Government and the Social
Sciences at Wesleyan University. Professor Neumann taught at
Leipzig, the Deutsche Hochschule fur Politik, Berlin, and the
London School of Economics before coming to the United States
and joining the Wesleyan faculty in 1934. He has also served
as a visiting professor at Amherst, Columbia, Harvard, Mount
Holyoke and Yale, as well as consultant to the Office of Strategic
Services during the war. He spent five months in Germany in
1949 as a visiting expert on higher education for American
military government. His books include Permanent Revolution
and The Future in Perspective.
HEADLINE SERIES, NO. 82, JULY 20, 1950. PUBLISHED BIMONTHLY BY THE FOREIGN
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