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Daniel Pope (b. 1946, Ph.D. Columbia University, 1973) is an American historian teaching at the University of Oregon since 1975. Pope is the author of The Making of Modern Advertising (1983), the editor of American Radicalism (2001) and many articles and reviews on the history of advertising, marketing, and consumer culture. Pope was the Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellow in Business History at Harvard Business School (1980-1981), held two Fulbright Senior Lecturer positions (University of Rome, 1996, Copenhagen Business School, 2004) and received the University of Oregon's Burlington-Northern Distinguished Teaching Award in 1989.
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Washington Public Power Supply System.
Nuclear power plants -- Washington (State) -- Design and construction -- Finance.
Electric utilities -- Washington (State) -- Finance.
Energy development -- United States.