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Arthur Power Dudden, 1921–2009, was the national founding president of the Fulbright Association in 1976, Fulbright executive director 1980–84, and a respected professor of history and American studies at Bryn Mawr College. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 26, 1921, to Arthur Clifford and Kathleen (Bray) Dudden. Following his discharge in 1945, he attended the University of Michigan and obtained a MA in 1947 and a PhD in history in 1950.
Joseph Fels, Philadelphia-London soap manufacturer, was a leader in the Single Tax movement. After his death in 1914, the Single Tax was carried on by the Joseph Fels Fund Commission Full description Joseph Fels and the single-tax movement Author: Dudden, Arthur Power, 1921- Published: (1971).
Book Renaissance ww. en-books. com Cleland of Occidental College, Los Angeles. read the entire manu- and the writer is especially grateful for the oppor- tunity of discussing with him most of the points considered. Cleland of Occidental College, Los Angeles. Finally, the writer is indebted to his wife for invaluable aid rendered in many ways. Arthur Nichols Young. Princeton New Jersey.
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Joseph Fels (16 December 1853–1914) was an American soap manufacturer, millionaire, and philanthropist
Joseph Fels (16 December 1853–1914) was an American soap manufacturer, millionaire, and philanthropist. Born of German Jewish immigrants in Halifax County, Virginia, Fels moved with his family to Baltimore in 1866; by 1876 he'd assumed control of a soap manufacturing company based in Philadelphia, and brought two of his brothers in as partners shortly after. One of them, Samuel Simeon Fels, became president of the firm.