Political theorist, Bertell Ollman (1935- ) has written and lectured extensively on comparative government and Marxist theory. Ollman is the writer and editor of fifteen books, most notably Alienation: Marx's Conception of Man in Capitalist Society (1971). In 2001, Ollman was awarded the Charles McCoy Life Achievement Award for Scholarship by the American Political Science Association. Since 2005, he has been President of the non-profit institution the International Endowment for Democracy. Ollman appeared at The Kitchen's 1980 series on “Television, Society, and Art,” speaking on television as a reproducible art form and as a means of mass communication.

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