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By David Dayton McKean
This Web version, edited by GET NJ, COPYRIGHT 2004

Dayton D. McKean comes to his task of exposing machine politics, as exemplified by Frank Hague, Mayor of Jersey City, with a practical as well as academic training. He was elected to the New Jersey House of Assembly in 1933 and re-elected the following year. He served as a member of the New Jersey Social Security Commission 1935-1936, and in 1937 as District Director of the Works Progress Administration for the State of New Jersey. A graduate of the University of Colorado and Columbia University, he has previously published 'Pressures on the Legislature of New Jersey.' Having been a member of the Public Speaking Department of Princeton University for ten years, he is now an Assistant Professor at, Dartmouth College.

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