Entity | Arnold Marshall Rose

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Arnold Marshall Rose (July 2, 1918 – January 2, 1968) was an American sociologist and politician. He was elected to the Minnesota Legislature and to the presidency of the American Sociological Association (ASA). He held faculty appointments at Bennington College, Washington University and the University of Minnesota. He had a special interest in the study of race relations. Born in Chicago in 1918, Rose earned several degrees from the University of Chicago, including undergraduate degrees in sociology and economics, then master's and doctoral degrees in sociology. He served in World War II in the Mediterranean Theater.
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Born: 1918, Chicago
Died: 1968, Minneapolis

Alternate Names: Rose, Arnold M. (Arnold Marshall), 1918-1968, Rose, Arnold Marshall, Rose, Arnold., Rose, Arnold M., Marshall Rose, Arnold 1918-1968, Rose, Arnold M. 1918-1968, רוז, ארנולד, Rose, Arnold M. 1918-1968 (Arnold Marshall),, Rose, Arnold, 1918-1968, Rose, Arnold Marshall, 1918-1968
Occupation(s): sociologist, university teacher, politician, Legislators
Employer(s): Washington University in St. Louis, University of Minnesota
Associated Place(s): Minnesota, United States

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