Rexford Tugwell and the New Deal

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Tugwell: A Chronology
1891-1904: Sinclairville, New York
1904-1909: Wilson, New York
1909-1911: Student, Masten Park High School, Buffalo, New York
1911-1915: Undergraduate, University of Pennsylvania
1915-1917: Graduate student and Instructor of Economics, University of
Pennsylvania
1917: Master's degree received from the University of Pennsylvania
1917-1918: Assistant Professor of Marketing, University of Washington, Se-
attle
1918: Business Manager, American University Union, Paris
1919: Assistant Manager, Niagara Preserving Corporation
1920-1932: Department of Economics, Columbia University
1922: Ph.D. degree received from the University of Penn-
sylvania
1922: Promoted to Assistant Professor
1926: Promoted to Associate Professor
1931: Promoted to Professor
1932-1933: Adviser to Franklin D. Roosevelt
1933-1934: Assistant Secretary of Agriculture
1934-1936: Undersecretary of Agriculture
1935-1936: Resettlement Administrator
1936: Resignation from government effective December 31
1937: Executive Vice-President, American Molasses Co.
1938-1940: Chairman, New York City Planning Commission
1941: Chancellor, University of Puerto Rico
1941-1946: Governor of Puerto Rico
1946-1957: Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago
1954-1962: Published seven books
1959- : Assistant to the Chancellor, University of Puerto Rico
1962: Visiting Professor, Summer Session, Columbia University

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