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Saul, John Ralston, 1947- (Personal Name)

Preferred form: Saul, John Ralston, 1947-
Used for/see from:
  • Saul, J. Ralston (John Ralston), 1947-
  • Earlier heading: Ralston Saul, John, 1947-

Includes the old catalog heading: Saul, John, 1947 or 8-.

His Birds of prey, 1978: t.p. (John Ralston Saul) pub. info. (Ph.D., King's College, London; asst. to chrmn of a nat. energy co.)

nuc88-49755: His The next best thing, 1986 (hdg. on CaQMM rept.: Saul, John Ralston, 1947- ; usage: John Ralston Saul)

NLC, 6/15/88 (hdg.: Saul, John Ralston, 1947- )

LC data base, 5-15-91 (hdgs.: Saul, John Ralston; Saul, John, 1947 or 8- ; usage: John Saul, John Ralston Saul)

The unconscious civilization, 1997: CIP t.p. (John Ralston Saul) data sheet (b. 06-19-47)

Speech closing the conference of the Canadian Friends of Burma, 1996: t.p. (J. Ralston Saul)

El colapso de la globalización y la reinvención del mundo, 2012: title page (John Ralston Saul) front flap (John Ralston Saul, (1947) es filósofo)

Wikipedia, Oct. 10, 2014 (John Ralston Saul, CC (born June 19, 1947) is a Canadian author, essayist, president of PEN International, and co-founder and co-chair of the non-profit Institute for Canadian Citizenship. Saul is particularly known for his commentaries on the nature of individualism, citizenship and the public good; the failures of manager-led societies; the confusion between leadership and managerialism; military strategy, in particular irregular warfare; the role of freedom of speech and culture; and his critique of contemporary economic arguments.Born in Ottawa, Saul studied at McGill University in Montreal and at King's College London where he wrote his thesis on the modernization of France under Charles de Gaulle, and earned his Ph.D in 1972.

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