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SELEKMAN SUFFERS FATAL HEART ATTACK IN LECTURE

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Benjamin M Selekman, Kirstein Professor of Labor Relations, emeritus, died Saturday morning of a heart attack while lecturing to business executives in the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School. He was 69.

Respected by both labor and management, Selekman was the author of A Moral Philosophy for Management and Power and Morality in a Business Society. He was a leading figure in the development of modern social work, devoting much of his time after retirement to the United Community Services of Boston.

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