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The Defense: Opening Argument
By Ronald Radosh
Ronald Radosh is the author of Commies: A Journey Through the Old Left, the New Left and the Leftover Left (Encounter Books), and co-editor with Mary R. Habeck of Spain Betrayed: The Soviet Union in the Spanish Civil War (Yale University Press).
(Larry) Mr. Schweikart is a professor of history at the University of Dayton and author of The Entrepreneurial Adventure: A History of American Business.
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LCDR James R. Van de Velde, Ph.D. is a member of the United States Naval Intelligence Reserves.
Arnold A. Offner is Cornelia F. Hugel Professor of History at Lafayette College and past president, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations.
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Richard Jensen is a professor history emeritus, University of Illinois, and a writer for the History News Service.
I've published 4 books in the last decade, so I guess that would qualify meas a"military historian." I'm also professor of history at LincolnUniversity in Oakland CA but that's no matter of distinction
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