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  • Sarah Wildman

    Sarah Wildman is a Prospect senior correspondent and a frequent contributor to the New York Times. She was a Spring 2006 Milena Jesenska Journalism Fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences, in Vienna, Austria, the first North American to receive this grant, and has been based in Europe since October 2005. Previously, Wildman was a contributing writer for the Advocate magazine and a Pew Fellow in International Journalism at the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies.

  • Sean Wilentz

    Sean Wilentz teaches history at Princeton and is the author of Bob Dylan in America, which Doubleday will publish later this year.

  • John Wilhelm

    John W. Wilhelm is the President of the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union and the Chairman of the AFL-CIO Immigration Committee.

  • Francis Wilkinson

    Francis Wilkinson, former national affairs writer at Rolling Stone, is a partner at the Democratic media firm Doak, Carrier, O'Donnell, Wilkinson & Goldman, consultants to campaigns and corporations.

  • Ian Williams

    Ian Williams is The Nation's UN correspondent and author of The UN for Beginners and Deserter: George Bush's War on Military Families, Veterans, and His Past.

  • Wendy Williams

    Wendy M. Williams is associate professor in the department of human development at Cornell University, where she studies intelligence and its development.

  • Joan Williams

    Joan C. Williams is Distinguished Professor of Law and director of the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. For the full-length report on which this article is based, "'Opt Out' or Pushed Out?: How the Press Covers Work/Family Conflict," go here.

  • Mark Willis

    Mark A. Willis is a visiting scholar at the Ford Foundation. He previously headed community-development banking at JPMorgan Chase.

  • Nona Willis Aronowitz

    Nona Willis Aronowitz is a journalist and Pipeline fellow at the Roosevelt Institute.

  • Garry Wills

    Garry Wills is the author of A Necessary Evil: A History of American Distrust of Government and Papal Sin: Structures of Deceit.

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