University Professor. Born– February 19, 1931, Los Angeles, Calif. Parents– Abraham and Ada (Markson) Andelson. Married– Bonnie Von Orange Johnson, June 7, 1964. Education– attended Los Angeles City College; University of Chicago, A.B., 1952; University of Southern California, A.M., 1954, Ph.D., 1960. Executive director of the Henry George School of Social Science in San Diego, 1959-1962; taught at Northland College in Wisconsin, 1962-1963; Northwestern State University, Louisiana, 1963-1965; Auburn University after 1965. Member of the Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology, Alabama Philosophy Society, and American Association of University Professors. Served as a member of the editorial boards of the American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 1969; Personalist, 1975-1980.


Who’s Who in America, 1982.


Commons without Tragedy; Protecting the Environment from Overpopulation; a New Approach. London; Shepheard-Walwyn; Savage, Md.; Barnes & Noble, 1991.

From Wasteland to Promised Land; Liberation Theology for a Post-Marxist World. Maryknoll, N.Y.; Orbis Books, 1992.

Human Rights; a Topological Survey of Their Theoretical Foundations. Los Angeles; University of Southern California, 1960.

Imputed Rights; an Essay in Christian Social Theory. Athens, Ga.; University of Georgia Press, 1971.


Critics of Henry George; a Centenary Appraisal of Their Strictures on Progress and Poverty. Rutherford, N.J.; Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1979.