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Don K. Price Jr., dean of the John Fitzgerald Kennedy School of Government, announced yesterday the appointment of Alvin Bronstein and Jack W. Carlson as Fellows of the Institute of Politics.
Bronstein, former Chief Staff Counsel of the Lawyers' Constitutional Defense Committee (LCDC) of the American Civil Liberties Union, has served as attorney for CORE and NAACP as well as LCDC. He has also held voluntary counseling positions in New York and Florida. He received his Masters in Laws from New York Law School in 1957.
Jet Fighter Pilot
Carlson received both a masters in Public Administration and a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard in 1963 after serving two years as a jet fighter pilot with the Air Defense Command. He taught economics at the Air Force Academy in Colorado for six years. In 1965, he held a one-year appointment as Assistant for Special Studies with the Secretary of the Air Force.
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