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McLaughlin, Joseph P., Jr.

 Person

Biography

Joseph P. McLaughlin, Jr is a faculty member for the College of Liberal Arts at Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. McLaughlin is the Former Director of: the Institute for Public Affairs, the Center on Regional Politics, and the Pennsylvania Policy Database Project. McLaughlin served as associate vice dean for the College of Liberal Arts and taught American politics and public policy in the political science department until 2020. Before joining Temple, McLaughlin served as senior advisor to Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell (2003-04), Philadelphia Mayor William J. Green III (1982-84), the bipartisan National Governors Association (1978-82), and the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1974-77). From 1984-2002, he was a lobbyist representing the City of Philadelphia under four mayors, SEPTA, the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation, and many other public and private sector organizations. As a reporter for the Chicago Tribune (1968-71), he covered state and local politics and government in Illinois.(Faculty, College of Liberal Arts. Temple University, 2021; https://liberalarts.temple.edu/academics/faculty/mclaughlin-jr-joseph-p, accessed 25 March 2021)

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

The Temple Papers on the General Assembly: A Discussion of Topics Related to the Continuing Evaluation of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, 2012-06

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents

The final DVD and text Volume 4 presents data and summarizes opinions on instututional changes that have been advocated in Pennsylvania and/or tried in other states.

Included on the 4th and final DVD and printed volume

Dates: 2012-06

The Temple Papers on the General Assembly: the Pennsylvania General Assembly Before and After the 1968 Legislative Modernization Commission: The Evolution of an Institution, 2012-03

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents

The DVD and text Volume 1, "The Pennsylvania General Assembly Before and After the 1968 Legislative Modernization Commission: The Evolution of an Institution," is an institutional history that focuses on the legislature's bipartisan and bicameral decision to move from a part-time to a full-time body.

Contains a DVD and printed book.

Dates: 2012-03

The Temple Papers on the General Assembly: The Pennsylvania General Assembly's Greatest Achievements and The Parties' Roles in Enacting Important Laws, 1968-2008, 2012-03

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents

The DVD and text Volume 2, "The Pennsylvania General Assembly's Greatest Achievements and he Parties' Roles in Enacting Important Laws: 1968-2008," complements the institutional history by providing a policy history by two undergraduate interns in Temple's Pennsylvania Capital Semester.

Includes a DVD and printed volume

Dates: 2012-03

The Temple Papers on the Pennsylvania General Assembly

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Identifier: 2021.037
Scope and Contents The research for this series was requested and funded in large part by the Heinz Endowments and the William Penn Foundation but also by Temple. Its purpose was to assist the General Assembly in representing citizens, making laws, and balancing the other branches. The DVD and text Volume 1, "The Pennsylvania General Assembly Before and After the 1968 Legislative Modernization Commission: The Evolution of an Institution," is an institutional history that focuses on the...
Dates: 2012-03 - 2012-06; Acquisition: 2012-10-19

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