Secrecy, Freedom and Empire: Lessons for Today from Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers
Wednesday, October 23, 2002
Author, Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers
|Barton J. Bernstein
Professor of History, Stanford University
|Edwin B. Firmage
Samuel D. Thurman Professor of Law, University of Utah
Co-author, To Chain the Dog of War: The War Power of Congress in History and Law; Co-editor, The International Legal System and Religion and Law: Biblical, Jewish and Islamic Perspectives
Professor Firmage has been United Nations Visiting Scholar, Fellow in Law and Humanities at Harvard Law School, and Visiting Professor at the University of London.
Awards: Charles Redd Prize, Governors Award in the Humanities, Alpha Sigma Nu Book Award, Rosenblatt Prize for Excellence, Turner-Fairbourn Award, Lifetime Achievement Gold Medaille dExcellence.
|David R. Henderson
Professor of Economics, Naval Postgraduate School
Research Fellow, Hoover Institution; former Senior Economist, Presidents Council of Economic Advisors; former Professor of Economics at Santa Clara University, St. Louis University, and University of Rochester.
Awards: Rear Admiral John Jay Schieffelin Award and Mencken Award
|J. Victor Marshall
Research Fellow, The Independent Institute
Former Economics Editor and Technology Writer, San Francisco Chronicle; former Editorial Page Editor, Oakland Tribune; former Associate Editor, Inquiry