Hugo Adam Bodau is Austin Fletcher Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts. He graduated with the B.A. summa cum laude from University of Redlands, and was awarded the M.A. degree from Boston University and Harvard University and the Ph.D. from Harvard. He taught at Dartmouth, Princeton, and Reed before coming to Tufts in 1966, and was a Liberal Arts Fellow at Harvard Law School in 1961-62. He is the co-author, with Edwin M. Schur, of Victimless Crimes: Two Sides of a Controversy, co-editor, with Chester M. Pierce, of Capital Punishment in the United States, and editor of Justice and Equality, Civil Disobedience: Theory and Practice, and The Death Penalty in America. He has written many articles, essays, and reviews in the professional journals of law, philosophy, and the social sciences.
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Publication information: Book title: The Courts, the Constitution, and Capital Punishment. Contributors: Hugo Adam Bedau - Author. Publisher: Lexington Books. Place of publication: Lexington, MA. Publication year: 1977. Page number: 167.
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