Ascher, Charles

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Ascher, Charles

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Charles Ascher served as professor of political science at Brooklyn College from 1949 to his retirement in 1966. He was also secretary and general counsel of the City Housing Corporation, builder of the experimental developments Sunnyside (Queens, N.Y.) and Radburn (New Jersey), founding executive secretary of the Public Administration Clearing House in Chicago, regional director of the National Housing Agency from 1942-1947 and executive officer for programs at UNESCO.

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