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Ernest van den Haag

Born: 15-Sep-1914
Birthplace: The Hague, Netherlands
Died: 21-Mar-2002
Location of death: Mendham, NJ
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Scholar

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Punishing Criminals

Military service: Office of War Information (propaganda analyst, WWII)

Heavily influenced by Sidney Hook in the mid-1940s.

    University: University of Florence
    University: MA Economics, University of Iowa (1942)
    Teacher: Hofstra University
    University: PhD Economics, New York University (1952)
    Teacher: Lecturer, New School for Social Research (1953-80)
    Professor: Adjunct Professor, New York University
    Professor: Visiting Professor of Criminology, SUNY Albany (1978-83)
    Professor: Judisprudence, Fordham University (1982-88)

    National Review Contributor (roughly 200 articles)
    American Sociological Association 1959
    The Heritage Foundation
    Philadelphia Society President (1978-79)
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Guggenheim Fellowship 1966
    NEA Fellowship 1972
    Assassination Attempt 1937 (by fascisti, Italy)

Author of books:
Education as an Industry (1956, education)
The Fabric of Society: An Introduction to the Social Sciences (1957, textbook)
Passion and Social Constraint (1963, social studies)
The Jewish Mystique (1969, nonfiction)
Political Violence and Civil Disobedience (1972, social studies)
Punishing Criminals: Concerning a Very Old and Painful Question (1975)
The Death Penalty: A Debate (1983)
The U.N., In or Out? A Debate Between Ernest van den Haag and John P. Conrad (1987, nonfiction)
U.S. Ends and Means in Central America: A Debate (1988, nonfiction)


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