James Cooke Brown

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James Cooke Brown (born July 21, 1921 in Tagbilaran , † February 13, 2000 in Tierra del Fuego ) was an American sociologist and science fiction author.

Brown earned in 1952 at University of Minnesota degree Ph.D. He became known through the invention of the planned language Loglan and the development of the game Careers published by Parker Brothers .