Alfred de Grazia

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Alfred de Grazia, (born December 29, 1919 in Chicago, Illinois) is a political scientist and author. He has defended the catastrophism thesis of Immanuel Velikovsky.


De Grazia attended the University of Chicago, receiving an A.B. there in 1939, attended law school at Columbia University from 1940–1941, and in 1948 gained a PhD from the University of Chicago in political science. His thesis was published as Public and Republic: Political Representation in America by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc, New York (1951): “A thoroughgoing examination of the meaning of representation, the fundamental element in any definition of republic.” (The New York Times)The New York Times, p.6 August 26, 1951, 350w review by W.E. BinkleyAmerican Political Science Review 45:882 S 1951 650w review by M. J. FisherAnnals of the American Academy, 276:141 Jl 1951, 350w review by Frank PaddockCanadian History Review 32:170 Je 1951 350w review by R.A. PrestonNew York Herald Tribune Book Review p13 March 18, 1951 450w review by August Heckscher: "A sober scholarly volume, authoritative in its field."William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series 8, 1951, review by Herbert N. DrennonBooklist 47:232 March 1st, 1951U.S. Quarterly Book Review7:163 Je 1951, 210wLibrary Journal 76:408...
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