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  MICHAEL BéRUBé is professor of English at the University of Illinois, at Urbana, Champaign. His most recent book is Public Access: Literary and American Cultural Politics (Verso, 1995).

JOHN CANHAM-CLYNE has worked as a journalist and is currently Research Director of Congresswatch, a division of the consumer organization Public Citizen.

DRUCILLA CORNELL is professor of women's studies, political science, and law at Rutgers University. Her latest book is Imaginary Domain (Routledge, 1995).

PETER DE MARNEFFE is professor of philosophy at Arizona State University.

DEBRA DICKERSON recently graduated from Harvard Law School and is beginning work at the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund.

STUART DISCHELL is the author of Good Hope Road, a 1991 National Poetry Series selection, and Evenings and Avenues, (Penguin, forthcoming).

ALLAN FORBES was National Director and then Vice President of the Council for a Livable World, 1962-75. He is a retired anthropologist, and was last a research associate at Brown

BRENDA HILLMAN is the author of four collections of poetry published by Wesleyan University Press, the latest of which is Bright Existence. She teaches at St. Mary's College in Moraga, CA.

DAVID HIMMELSTEIN is a doctor at Cambridge City Hospital and professor at Harvard Medical School.

BOB HULTEEN is the Associate Editor of Sojourners. He lives in Minneapolis.

WILLARD R. JOHNSON is professor of political science at MIT, specializing in African development, and in the 1960's-70's founded and served as executive director of the Roxbury based community owned development corporation, The Circle Inc.

RICHARD KAYE has written for the Village Voice, The New York Times, and Civilization. He is currently working on a book-length study of Siegfried Sassoon.

ROBIN D.G. KELLEY is professor of history and Africana Studies at New York University.

MARTIN KILSON is Frank G. Thomson Professor of Government at Harvard University. His forthcoming book is titled Studies on Black Intelligentsia.

ANDREW KLAVAN is the author of the international bestsellers Don't Say a Word and The Animal Hour. He is a two-time winner of the Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Award for mystery fiction. His latest novel is Corruption.

KAREN LATTEA is the Managing Editor at Sojourners in Washington, D.C.

DOUGLAS LAYCOCK is professor of constitutional law at the University of Texas. Most of his work is on religious liberty.

GLENN C. LOURY is University Professor and professor of economics at Boston University.

TONY MARTIN, professor of Africana Studies at Wellesley College, is author/compiler of The New Marcus Garvey Library. His latest book is The Jewish Onslaught: Despatches from the Wellesley Battlefront.

BRUCE NICHOLS is a senior editor at The Free Press.

PHILIP L. QUINN is John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and is currently serving as President of the Central Division of the American Philosophical Association.

DONALD REGAN is William W. Bishop Professor of Law and Philosophy at the University of Michigan. He is currently writing on the foundations of ethics and on the Federal Commerce power.

DAVID RIVARD is the author of Hush & Taunt (Graywolf Press, Fall 1996). He teaches writing at Tufts University and in the Vermont College Writing Program.

DON SHARE's translation of the selected poems of Miguel Hernandez is forthcoming from Bloodaxe Books. He is presently editing Seneca in Translation for Penguin.

`ANNAH SOBLEMAN lives in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Taos, New Mexico. Her first collection of poetry is The Tulip Sacrament (Wesleyan Press, forthcoming).

ALAN A. STONE is Touroff-Glueck Professor of Law and Psychiatry at Harvard Law School.

LISA Y. SULLIVAN is the Director of Field Division of the Children's Defense Fund and Acting Director of the Black Student Leadership Network.

RUY TEIXEIRA is the director of the Politics and Public Opinion program at the Economic Policy Institute. He is working with Joel Rogers on a book on the decline of living standards.

JUDITH JARVIS THOMSON is Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Philosophy at MIT.

MARK TUSHNET is professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center.

DORON WEBER is the author of three non-fiction books and is at work on a novel, The Deserters.

STEFFIE WOOLHANDLER is a doctor at Cambridge City Hospital and professor at Harvard Medical School.

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