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Anita is a Canadian freelance author who has written on a diverse range of subjects, including industrial waste controversies, climate change science, art, books, culture and prominent or controversial figures. More >>

Michael Lamm served as managing editor of Motor Trend in the 1960s, started an auto-history magazine in 1970, and formed a book publishing company, Lamm-Morada Inc., in 1978. More >>

JAMES LAMONT is a writer who lives in Deerfield, Illinois. More >>

Paul Lancaster, a free-lance writer, is currently working on a book about nineteenthcentury newspaper reporters. More >>

Ralph Landau (1916–2004) founded one of the world’s most successful engineering and design firms, Scientific Design Company, Inc., and its successor corporations, which developed and commercialized nearly a dozen processes for producing petrochemicals. More >>

David Lander is editor-at-large of Audio magazine. More >>

Benjamin Lawless retired as an assistant director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History in 1981 and is now a consultant on exhibition design, author, and a film maker. More >>

Jackson Lears is the author of Fables of Abundance: A Cultural History of Advertising in America (Basic Books, 1994). He is working on a book about luck and the American imagination. More >>

Joseph Leary is a writer, producer, and director of video and film projects. He lives in Fairfield, Connecticut. More >>

Stanley Lebar retired from an engineering career with Westinghouse in 1988. More >>

Timothy J. LeCain is an adjunct professor of history at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. More >>

Lecompte, Tom is member for American Heritage site since 2011. More >>

DAN LEDNICER, a medicinal, organic chemist, is the author, co-author, or editor of a dozen books on drug research, including, most recently, Strategies for Organic Drug Synthesis and Design More >>

Judith Yaross Lee is an assistant professor of journalism and interpersonal communication at Ohio University and is the author, most recently, of Garrison Keillor A Voice of America ( More >>

Dr. Margaret A. LeMone is a Senior Scientist Emerita at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (Retired).

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Michael Lennick produced and directed the PBS documentary “Dr. Teller’s Very Large Bomb,” a subject he wrote about in the Summer 2005 issue of Invention & Technology. More >>

STUART LEUTHNER wrote “ The Windmills That Won the West ” in the Fall 2003 issue. More >>

Tom Lewis is Quadracci Professor of Social Responsibility and a professor of English at Skidmore College. More >>

Calvin Lieberman is a nationally known consultant on environmental and legislative issues with an office in ‘Toledo, Ohio. He has worked in the scrap and solid-waste fields for more than 60 years. More >>

Peter Liebhold is the Chair of the Division of Work and Industry at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History.

Throughout his professional life Mr.

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David Lindsay wrote the profile of George Squier that appears in this issue. More >>

Robert H. Lochte is a professor in the department of journalism and mass communications at Murray State University in Kentucky. More >>

Bobby Lowich is a New York City cab historian and driver. More >>

Steven Lubar is a professor in the department of American civilization and director of the John Nicholas Brown Center for the Study of American Civilization at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

Professor Lubar directs Brown's Public Humanities

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Paul Lucier is a graduate student in the department of history at Princeton University. More >>
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