Michael J. Nevadomski
William W. Finan Jr.
London School of Economics
University of Chicago
Deborah S. Davis
University of California, Berkeley
C. Christine Fair
G. John Ikenberry
Michael T. Klare
Council on Foreign Relations
City University of New York
Augustus Richard Norton
University of California, Irvine
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DANIEL MARK REDMOND
DANIEL G. REDMOND
Editor and Publisher, 1943-1955
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