John H. Hallowell

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John H. Hallowell (1913-1991) was a political scientist. He received his undergraduate degree from Harvard in 1935. He then received his master's from Duke where he would ultimately serve as a professor for 40 years until his death. Before receiving his Ph.D. from Princeton in 1939, he worked in 1930's Germany as a visiting academic in Heidelberg. After his return in 1938, he became an Episcopalian despite his previous renunciation of a Christian sect in which he had been raised. This was due in part to attending the lectures of Reinhold Niebuhr, which argued for political thought with a Christian foundation. [1] He was the editor of Modern Canterbury Pilgrims and Why They chose the Episcopal church (1956), which included the Physicist and Episcopalian priest William G. Pollard among its Modern Canterbury Pilgrims.

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  1. The descent of political theory: the genealogy of an American vocation, John G. Gunnell, University of Chicago Press, 1993, ISBN 0226310817, 9780226310817, 330 pages, pp. 202-

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