Notes on Contributors

Norman Clark, an economist, is Emeritus Professor at both the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow) and The Open University (England). He has held many positions both in Britain and elsewhere and has written and advised on economic development throughout the world. (Note: the title of ‘Emeritus Professor’ is not awarded in Britain as it is in the U.S. where it is given to all faculty who retire: in Britain it is awarded only to holders of chairs and then only by nomination.)

Bob Gerecke, a retired financial administrator, is a frequent contributor to Progressive Democracy making highly original suggestions about how things might be done differently in our economy and in our lives.

Ivan Light is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at UCLA. He has written about immigration issues for years, earning expert status in the field of sociology.

Cassady O’Reilly-Hahn has just graduated from Claremont Graduate University. He is Assistant Editor of Foothill Poetry Journal and is himself a poet.

Merrill Ring, after a long career as a professor of philosophy, now spends much of his retired years engaged in political work, chiefly writing about political ideas.

Andy Winnick is Emeritus Professor of Economics and Statistics, California State University Los Angeles. He has been a staff economist at the Council of Economic Advisors. He is the President of the American Institute for Progressive Democracy.