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Finding Aid to the Leslie Lipson Papers, 1941-2000, bulk 1970-1997
BANC MSS 2002/205 c  
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The Leslie Lipson Papers consist of speeches, writings, lecture notes, subject files and other materials, primarily documenting his career at University of California, Berkeley.
Leslie Michael Lipson was born in London, England on November 14, 1912. He attended St. Paul's School in London and went on to Balliol College, Oxford University, on a classical scholarship. He graduated with First Class Honors in Classical Moderations and Litterae Humaniores ("Greats"). He was granted a Commonwealth Fund Fellowship to study political science at the University of Chicago where he earned his doctorate. His Ph.D. dissertation was published as, The American Governor: From Figurehead to Leader, by the University of Chicago Press in 1939.
Number of containers: 7 cartons. Linear feet: 8.75
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