Correspondence, minutes of meetings, financial reports, draft constitution, organizers' manual, leaflets, pamphlets, and serial
issues, relating to libertarianism in the United States, and especially to activities of the Students for a Libertarian Society.
1959: Year of Birth 1980-1982: Served as student board chair and national director for the Students for a Libertarian Society
(SLS) 1985: Received MA in history from the University of California, Berkeley 1986: Founder and editor of
Critical Review 1996: Edited
The Rational Choice Controversy: Economic Models of Politics Reconsidered 1998: Taught in the Government Department at Dartmouth College 1998-2000: Taught in the Social Studies program at Harvard
University 2001-2006: Taught in the Political Science Department at Barnard College, Columbia University 2002: Received a
Ph.D in Political Science from Yale 2006: Resigned from the Barnard faculty to edit
Critical Review 2011: Coauthored
Engineering the Financial Crisis Systemic Risk and the Failure of Regulation
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