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Alfred de Grazia


Who is Alfred de Grazia?

Alfred de Grazia, born in Chicago, Illinois, was a political scientist and author. He developed techniques of computer-based social network analysis in the 1950s, developed new ideas about personal digital archives in the 1970s, and defended the catastrophism thesis of Immanuel Velikovsky.

  • born on (96 years ago) in Chicago
  • nationality: United States of America
  • education: University of Chicago
  • profession: Historian, philosopher, writer
  • died on
  • written works: "The student at Chicago in Hutchin's hey-day", "The Velikovsky affair", "Passage of the year", "Grass Roots Private Welfare", "Chaos and creation", "Cosmic heretics", "Old government, new people", "The elements of political science", "Programs, teachers and machines", "American welfare", "The disastrous love affair of moon and Mars", "Supporting art & culture", "Apportionment and representative government", "The taste of war", "Republic in crisis", "Public and republic", "Eight bads--eight goods", "The divine succession", "Homo schizo", "The fall of spydom", "Twentieth century fire sale", "God's fire", "Solaria binaria", "The lately tortured earth", "The western public, 1952 and beyond", "The American way of government", "Human relations in public administration", "Political leadership", "Kalos, what is to be done with our world", "A Cloud Over Bhopal: Causes, Consequences, and Constructive Solutions"

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