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  • Terry Allen

    Terry J. Allen is a freelance investigative reporter based in New York City. She has written for Salon, The Boston Globe, New Scientist (London), and In These Times. She is also a contributing editor for In These Times.

  • Graham Allison

    Graham Allison is the founding dean of Harvard's modern John F. Kennedy School of Government and Director of the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. He was Assistant Secretary of Defense for Policy and Plans in the first Clinton Administration.

  • Anne Alstott

    Anne Alstott holds the position of Jacquin D. Bierman Professor of Taxation at Yale Law School. She is co-author, with Bruce Ackerman, of The Stakeholder Society.

  • Eric Alterman

    Eric Alterman is a distinguished professor of English and Journalism at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. He is a columnist for The Nation, Moment, and The Daily Beast. His most recent book is Kabuki Democracy: The System vs. Barack Obama.

  • Nancy Altman

    Nancy Altman, author of The Battle for Social Security: From FDR's Vision to Bush's Gamble, co-directs Social Security Works and co-chairs the Strengthen Social Security Coalition and Campaign.

  • Dimitry Anastakis

    Dimitry Anastakis teaches history at Trent University in Canada and was a Fulbright visiting scholar at Michigan State University in 2003.

  • Aswini Anburajan

    Aswini Anburajan is a writer for Feet in 2 Worlds, an ethnic media reporting project supported by the Center for New York City Affairs at the New School.

  • M. Andersen

    M.J. Andersen writes for, and is an editorial board member of, The Providence Journal.

  • Joel Anderson

    Joel Anderson is better known in the blogosphere and Twitterverse as blackink12 of PostBourgie. He is currently a newspaper reporter in Florida and has worked at several news organizations, including The Associated Press, for nearly a decade.

  • David Anderson

    David C. Anderson is author of Sensible Justice: Alternatives to Prison and Crime
    and the Politics of Hysteria: How the Willie Horton Story Changed
    American Justice
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