James Dobson

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James C. Dobson, founder and former president of Focus on the Family, is a psychologist and "former associate clinical professor of pediatrics, USC School of Medicine." He is the host of the "Focus on the Family" radio program. [1]

Publications

  • Dare to Discipline
  • Dr. Dobson Answers Your Questions
  • Emotions: Can You Trust Them?
  • Hide and Seek
  • Love Must Be Tough
  • Straight Talk to Men and Their Wives
  • The Strong-Willed Child
  • What Wives Wish Their Husbands Knew About Women

Affiliations

  • Presidential appointee, National Advisory Commission for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
  • Member, Attorney General's Advisory Board on Missing and Exploited Children
  • Chairman, U.S. Army Task Force on Families

Note: "This information was compiled by the Institute for First Amendment Studies and was posted on their website in 1998." [2]

Dobson is also known to be affiliated with the secretive Council for National Policy[3] and with the Arlington Group.


Dobson "created in 1982 the advocacy group, the Family Research Council. But it was purposely designed to keep him one step removed from direct political involvement. Gary Bauer, an aide in Ronald Reagan's White House, now [1998] runs the group, and he is supposed to be the partisan lightning rod, allowing Dobson to focus, as it were, on the family." [4]

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