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  • Sidney Verba

    Sidney Verba is Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor at Harvard University.

  • James Verini

    James Verini, a journalist based in Los Angeles, has written for The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Times Magazine, Salon, Slate, and the London Guardian.

  • Jason Vest

    Jason Vest is a Senior Correspondent for The American Prospect and a
    contributor to the Boston Phoenix and The Nation, specializing in intelligence
    and
    national security affairs. He also holds an Ochberg Fellowship with the
    University of Washington's Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma. Recognized by
    American Journalism Review in 2002 as an "Unsung Hero of Washington
    Journalism,"
    Vest has previously done staff stints at the Washington Post, US News & World

  • Juan Vidal

    Juan Vidal is a writer and critic for NPR Books. He's a contributor to NPR's Code Switch, Los Angeles Review of BooksThe Daily Beast, and others. Follow him on Twitter, @itsjuanlove

  • Jacob Vigdor

    Jacob L. Vigdor is an assistant professor of public-policy studies and economics at Duke University.

  • David Vogel

    David Vogel is a professor at the Haas School of Business and in the University of California, Berkeley's Department of Political Science. He is the author of Trading Up: Consumer and Environmental Regulation in a Global Economy.

  • Alexander von Hoffman

    Historian Alexander von Hoffman is a fellow at Harvard University's Joint
    Center for Housing Studies.

  • Alexander von Hoffman

    Historian Alexander von Hoffman is a fellow at Harvard University's Joint
    Center for Housing Studies.

  • Diego A. von Vacano

    Diego A. von Vacano is associate professor of political science at Texas A&M University. He is the author of The Color of Citizenship: Race, Modernity and Hispanic/Latin American Political Thought (Oxford University Press) and is writing a new book on immigrant identities. He holds a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

  • Howard Wachtel

    Howard Wachtel is acting dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at American University, a fellow at the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam, and the author of The Money Mandarins: The Making of a New Supranational Economic Order.

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