Charles Wolf, Jr. — Sixty Years as a Scholar and Leader

Reflections by His Friends, Colleagues, and Students

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This collection of essays celebrate the 60-year career of Charles Wolf, Jr., who has distinguished himself as a scholar, leader, educator, and philanthropist. The essays were written by Charles's colleagues and students, sponsors who commissioned some of his best work, and RAND trustees and advisors. These reflections note the breadth of his work and the reach of his work's influence.

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