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  • Barbara Bergmann

    Barbara R. Bergmann is professor emerita of economics at the University of Maryland and American University. She is the co-author of America's Child Care Problem: The Way Out and the author of The Economic Emergence of Women, which was recently re-released by Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Max Bergmann

    Max Bergmann is a Research Associate at the Center for American Progress.

  • Martha Bergmark

    Martha Bergmark is the founding executive director of Voices for Civil Justice.

  • Katharine Berland

    Katharine Berland, a former American Prospect intern, is a graduate of Stanford University.

  • Chip Berlet

    Chip Berlet co-authored the book, Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort (The Guilford Press), and co-wrote the entry on “Neo-Nazism” for the second edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica. A board member of the Defending Dissent Foundation, his recent chapter “Repression, Civil Liberties, Right-Wingers, and Liberals: Resisting Counterinsurgency and Subversion Panics” was published in 

  • Gordon Berlin

    Gordon L. Berlin is president of the Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation, which rigorously tests new approaches to the nation's social welfare problems.

  • Alan Berlow

    Alan Berlow is the author of Dead Season: A Story of Murder and Revenge.

  • Paul Berman

    Paul Berman's writings on political and cultural issues have appeared in the New Republic, the New York Times Book Review and Slate. He is the author of Terror and Liberalism and
    Power and the Idealists: Or, The Passion of Joschka Fischer, and its Aftermath.

  • Annette Bernhardt

    Annette Bernhardt is policy co-director of NELP. Her most recent book is the co-edited The Gloves-Off Economy: Workplace Standards at the Bottom of America's Labor Market.

  • Jonathan Bernstein

    Jonathan Bernstein is a political scientist who writes about American politics, especially the presidency, Congress, parties and elections.

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