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John Radzilowski is a doctoral candidate in history at Arizona State University. More >>

Jim Rearden, a forty-seven-year resident of Alaska, is the author of fourteen books and more than five hundred magazine articles, mostly about Alaska. More >>

Leonard S. Reich is a professor of administrative science and science-technology studies at Colby College, in Waterville, Maine. More >>

LESTER A. REINGOLD, a freelance writer in the Washington, D.C., area, served as lead editor in the investigation of the shuttle Columbia accident. More >>

Richard Reinhardt is a frequent contributor to American Heritage . He lives in San Francisco. More >>

Richard Rhodes is the author of Ultimate Powers: A History of the Bomb , to be published this fall by Simon & Schuster. More >>

Robert W. Righter, an associate professor of history at the University of Texas, El Paso, is writing a history of wind energy in America. More >>

Dr. Malvin E. Ring is a dentist in Rochester, New York. More >>

Frances C. Robb is an independent scholar in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. More >>

Alexander Roca is the author of Crusader: The Story of the Shelton Flying Wing (Rare Birds Publishing, Berlin, Mass.). More >>

JAMES T. ROGERS was a longtime member of the board of editors of Scientific American and writes often on technological subjects. More >>

Alexander Rose, a military historian, is author of American Rifle: A Biography (Bantam Dell, 2008) and Washington’s Spies: The Story of America’s First Spy Ring (Bantam Dell, 2006). More >>

Nathan Rosenberg is the Fairleigh S. Dickinson, Jr., Professor of Public Policy (Emeritus) in the Department of Economics at Stanford, where he has taught since 1974. More >>

Ross, John F. is member for American Heritage site since 2012. More >>

Walker Rumble runs Oat City Press, a small press in East Providence, Rhode Island, which publishes limited-edition chapbooks and broadsides as well as Paragraph , a journal of short pro More >>
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