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Leonard Dupee White (January 17, 1891 in "Acton, Massachusetts – February 23, 1958 in "Chicago, Illinois) was an American historian who specialized in "public administration in the "United States. His technique was to study administration in the context of grouped "U.S. presidential terms. An founder of the field, White worked at the "University of Chicago after service in the administrations of "Franklin D. Roosevelt.
White was born in Massachusetts to John Sidney White and Bertha H. (Dupee) White. He received his "bachelor's degree from "Dartmouth in 1914, followed by his "master's in 1915, after which he taught there for a few years. He received his "doctorate from the "University of Chicago in 1921.
In 1934 he went to Washington to serve on the "U.S. Civil Service Commission and Central Statistics Board. He died in "Chicago in 1958.
The last of White's four historical books subtitled A Study in Administrative History was The Republican Era: 1869–1901. It was published by Macmillan in 1958, the year of his death, "with the assistance of "Jean Schneider". Next year White posthumously and Schneider shared the 1959 "Pulitzer Prize for History.
- Guggenheim Fellow, 1927–28
- 1948 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award, The Federalists: A Study in Administrative History
- 1959 "Pulitzer Prize for History, The Republican Era: 1869–1901
- "The Origin of Utility Commissions in Massachusetts", "Journal of Political Economy, March 1921; also distributed separately by "University of Chicago Press – related to Ph.D. thesis, U. of Chicago, 1921
- Conditions of Municipal Employment in Chicago: A Study in Morale (1925)
- Introduction to the Study of Public Administration (Prentice-Hall, 1926), renewed 1954
- The Frontiers of Public Administration (2 vols.) (1936) (with John Merriman Gaus and Marshall Edward Dimock)
- Defense and War Administration, 1939-1942 (1942)
- The Federalists: A Study in Administrative History 1789-1801 (MacMillan, 1948)
- The Jeffersonians: A Study in Administrative History 1801-1829 (MacMillan, 1951)
- The Jacksonians: A Study in Administrative History 1829-1861 (MacMillan, 1954)
- The Republican Era, 1869-1901: A Study in Administrative History (MacMillan, 1958)
- Leonard D. White and the Study of Public Administration (March 1965, Public Administration Review)
- ^ Shafritz, Jay M. (2004) "White, Leonard D." The Dictionary of Public Policy and Administration Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, "ISBN "0-8133-4260-0
- ^ a b "History". The Pulitzer Prizes. Retrieved 2013-11-25.
- ^ "Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award"
- ^ "The origin of utility commissions in Massachusetts". Library of Congress Catalog Record. Retrieved 2013-11-25.
- ^ White, Leonard Dupee (1925-01-01). Conditions of municipal employment in Chicago: A study in morale. Press of J.F. Higgins.
- ^ White, Leonard Dupee (1926-01-01). Introduction to the Study of Public Administration. Macmillan.
- ^ Gaus, John Merriman; White, Leonard Dupee; Dimock, Marshall Edward (1936-01-01). The Frontiers of Public Administration. University of Chicago Press.
- ^ White, Leonard Dupee (1942-01-01). Defense and war administration, 1939-1942. The Macmillan Company.
- ^ White, Leonard Dupee (1948-01-01). The Federalists: a study in administrative history. Macmillan Co.
- ^ White, Leonard Dupee (1951-01-01). The Jeffersonians: A Study in Administrative History, 1801-1829. Free Press.
- ^ White, Leonard Dupee (1954-01-01). The Jacksonians: A Study in Administrative History, 1829-1861. Macmillan.
- ^ White, Leonard Dupee (1958-01-01). The Republican Era: 1869 - 1901 ; a Study in Administrative History. MacMillan.
- ^ www.citizenship-aei.org
- Weber, J. (1996). "Leonard Dupee White and Public Administration". Journal of Management History. 2 (2): 41–64.
- "Roberts, Alasdair (2009). "The Path Not Taken: Leonard White and the Macrodynamics of Administrative Development". Public Administration Review. 69 (4): 764–775. "SSRN 1322562 .