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date: 01 October 2020

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Arthur J. Katz (1924–2018) had a distinguished career in social work. He made outstanding contributions to social work as a practitioner, advocate, educator, author, consultant, administrator, teacher, and dean. He held a variety and combination of unique and significant roles in social-work leadership.

Keywords: civil affairs officer, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, peace and disarmament, senior Fulbright lecturer, community mental health, social work licensure, social work job market, advocate for peace and justice

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