Zolton Ferency

Lawyer, Deceased Person

1922 – 1993

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Who was Zolton Ferency?

Zolton Ferency was an American lawyer, political activist and professor of criminal justice.

Unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Governor of Michigan 1966, defeated by George W. Romney. First President of the Human Rights Party. Professor of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University.

Ferency was elected to the Ingham County Commission in 1980, and to the East Lansing City Council in 1991.

Zolton Ferency house in the Michigan State University Student Housing Cooperative, and the Zolton Ferency Endowed Scholarship at MSU commemorate Ferency.

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Born
1922
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Employment
  • Michigan State University
Died
1993

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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