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Figure -A BRILLIANT SPEAKER-ALWAYS WITH A SIMPLE AND UNDERSTANDABLE OUTLINE; good illustrative material; close rapport with the audience; sustained interest; constructive suggestions with regards to action; and inspirational presentation. MARSHALL E. DIMOCK HE SPEAKS WITH AUTHORITY FROM LONG ASSOCIATION IN THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Lecture Subjects— THE WASHINGTON SCENE, NOW HOW DEMOCRATIC IS PLANNING THE PRICE OF PEACE THE PRINCIPAL ISSUES OF FOREIGN POLICY. IS RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT OVERDUE? THE REDPATH BUREAU 1316 Kimball Bldg., Chicago 4, Illinois 24 West 45th Street, New York 19, N. Y. Tel. Harrison 8723 Tel. MUrray Hill 7-7073 MARSHALL E. DIMOCK AUTHOR, EDUCATIOR, RADIO SPEAKER, WORLD TRAVELER, LECTURER. Born in San Bernardino, Calif. 1903, -Graduated from Pomona College with honors in History 1925. Received Ph. D. in Political Science, Johns Hopkins University, 1928. From 1928 to 1932 was Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of California:—Social Science Research Traveling Fellow working in France and England, 1922-33:—Associate Professor of Public Administration, University of Chicago, 1933 to 41:—Lecturer on Public Administration, N. Y. University, 1941 to 44:—Now Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University. As assistant of Labor, was in charge of co-ordinating the bureaus of the department, reorganizing the Immigration and Naturalization Service and dealing with legislative matters. While in the Department of Justice, was instrumental in shaping the Enemy-Alien program at the out break of World War II. In War Shipping Administration, had charge of developing program for Merchant Marine including recruiting, manning, repatriation, recreation, health, etc.—had jurisdiction over United Nations ships to prevent delays, crew shortage, or industrial conflicts. Was instrumental in starting the United Seamen's Service. This agency over a five year period was granted 25 million dollars from the National War Fund. Now is chairman of the Executive Committee of the United Seamen's Service. In the departments of Labor and Justice, Mr. Dimock started the National Citizenship Educational Program, which, at one time spent 14 Million Dollars a year on citizenship education among the foreign-born.—He developed nation-wide radio programs such as I Am an American Let Freedom Ring etc. and participated in these broadcasts from Radio City. About MR. DIMOCK In his various Washington experiences, either all or part time each year since 1925. He has served his government as Assistant Secretary of Labor; Associate Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization; Assistant Deputy Administrator of War Shipping, etc. Has been consultant to Secretary of War—made studies and reports on Panama and Inland Waterways; Consultant to National Resources Planning Board; chairman of the Secretary of Labor's committee on administration procedure; helped reorganize Immigration and Naturalization Service; Consultant to Assistant Chief of Staff, U. S. Army, in charge of military intelligence, 1944. Consultant, General Accounting Office, Washington, D. C., 1946 to date. Now writing report for Congress dealing with underlying purposes and administrative methods of government corporations, ie — Reconstruction Finance Corporation, The Export Import Bank, Tennessee Valley Authority, etc.
|Title||Marshall E. Dimock|
|Topical Subject (LCSH)||Lecturers|
|Personal Name Subject||Dimock, Marchall E.|
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