Secrecy, Freedom and Empire
Lessons for Today from Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers
Wednesday, October 23, 2002
Professor of History, Stanford University
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.
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
Research Fellow, The Independent Institute
Former Economics Editor and Technology Writer, San Francisco Chronicle; former Editorial Page Editor, Oakland Tribune; former Associate Editor, Inquiry