University Professor. Born– November 18, 1903, Silsbee, Tex. Parents– Benjamin Wiley and Clara Lee (Mayo) Martin. Married– Mildred Ellis, September 2, 1926. Children– One. Education– B.A., University of Texas, 1924; M.A., 1925; University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1932. Taught at the University of Texas, Austin, 1926-1937; professor and chairman, Department of Political Science, University of Alabama, 1937-1949; Syracuse University, 1949-66. Published many articles and studies in journals and anthologies. Member– U.S. National Commission for UNESCO, 1948-54; and United Nations Public Administration Mission to Brazil, 1951-52; ; U.S. Department of State Specialist in nine foreign countries; and consultant to the Tennessee Valley Authority, Federal Civil Defense Administration, Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, and Ford Foundation; Social Science Council Research professor during 1959-1960. Died May 12, 1972.
Contemporary Authors online..
A Budget Manual for Texas Cities. Austin, Tex.; University of Texas Press, 1934.
The Cities and the Federal System. New York; Atherton Press, 1965.
The Defendant and Criminal Justice. Austin, Tex.; Texas University, 1934.
From Forest to Front Page …. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1956.
Government and the Suburban School. Syracuse, N.Y.; Syracuse University Press, 1962.
Grass Roots; Essays. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1957.
The Growth of State Administration in Alabama. University, Ala.; Bureau of Public Adminsistration, University of Alabama,1942.
Metropolis in Transition. Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1963.
The People’s Party in Texas. Austin, Tex.; University of Texas, Bureau of Research in the Social Sciences, 1933.
TVA; the First Twenty Years. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1956.
Urban Local Government in Texas. Austin, Tex.; University of Texas, 1936.
Water for New York; a Study in State Administration of Water Resources. Syracuse, N.Y.; Syracuse University Press, 1960.
Decisions in Syracuse. Bloomington, Ind.; Indiana University Press, 1961.
The Metropolis and Its Problems; …. Syracuse, N.Y.; Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, 1960.
River Basin Administration and the Delaware. Syracuse, N.Y.; Syracuse University Press, 1960.
Public Administration and Democracy; Essays in Honor of Paul H. Appleby. Syracuse, N.Y.; Syracuse University Press, 1965.