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Gary S. Popkin (born May 17, 1938, in New York City) is a retired professor of computer systems at New York City College of Technology and is a libertarian activist. He has written several college textbooks on the Cobol Programming Language. He has a Ph.D. from Polytechnic University. He produces Hardfire, a Libertarian Talk Show which is broadcast on Brooklyn Community Access Television (BCAT).
- Introduction to Data Processing with Basic ISBN 0-395-30091-6
- Advanced Structured Cobol ISBN 0-534-07788-9
- Comprehensive Structured COBOL ISBN 0-534-06216-4
- Introductory Structured Cobol Programming ISBN 0-534-04566-9
- Introduction to Data Processing ISBN 0-395-29483-5
- Comprehensive Structured COBOL ISBN 0-534-93270-3
- Instructors Manual, Introduction to data processing, second edition (BASIC version also)
- Khurshid, Samar. "23 Candidates Submit Petitions to Get on February 26 Public Advocate Ballot". Gotham Gazette. Retrieved 16 January 2019.
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