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Full Name: Michael Novak
(1933-2017) Author, journalist, novelist. Michael Novak was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and died in Washington, District of Columbia.
Author's Timeline:
1933 (Unknown) County
Michael John Novak Jr. was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, on September 9, 1933. 
2017 (Unknown) County
Michael Novak died at his home in Washington, District of Columbia, on February 17, 2017. 
1964 (Unknown) County
A New Generation: American and Catholic
(Pub: Herder ISBN: )
A collection of journalistic essays. 
1964 (Unknown) County
The Open Church: Vatican II, Act II
(Pub: New York, New York: The MacMillan Company ISBN: )
1969 (Unknown) County
A Theology for Radical Politics
(Pub: Herder and Herder ISBN: )
1982 (Unknown) County
The Spirit Of Democratic Capitalism
(Pub: Simon and Schuster ISBN: 0671431544 / 978-0671431549)
1993 (Unknown) County
The Catholic Ethic And The Spirit Of Capitalism
(Pub: Free Press ISBN: 002923235X / 978-0029232354)
1960 New York County
Mr. Novak lived in Manhattan, New York, during the early 1960s. 
1961 (Unknown) County
The Tiber Was Silver
(Pub: Doubleday & Company, Inc. ISBN: )
1965 (Unknown) County
Belief And Unbelief: A Philosophy Of Self-Knowledge
(Pub: Macmillan Publishing Company ISBN: 0025907506 / 978-0025907508)
1967 (Unknown) County
A Time To Build
(Pub: Macmillan ISBN: )
An essay collection. 
1969 Nassau County
Mr. Novak taught philosophy and religious studies at the State University of New York at Old Westbury from 1969 to 1972. 
1972 (Unknown) County
The Rise of the Unmeltable Ethnics: Politics and Culture in the Seventies
(Pub: Macmillan Pub Co ISBN: 0025907808 / 978-0025907805)
1974 (Unknown) County
Choosing Our King: Powerful Symbols in Presidential Politics
(Pub: Macmillan ISBN: 0025907204 / 9780025907201)
1976 Onondaga County
Mr. Novak taught religion at Syracuse University in 1976. 

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