At Princeton he majored in SPIA and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He was in Court Club, editor of the Nassau Sovereign, and rowed 150-pound crew. Milt received a study grant to Guatemala. He graduated with high honors in 1948.
After earning a Ph.D. at Harvard in 1958, his academic career was mostly at Brandeis University, where he headed Latin American studies. He was a leading authority on Uruguay.
Milt died June 20, 2018, in Cambridge, Mass. He was 93. Milt is survived by his wife of 62 years, Elsa; two sons; and a daughter.