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jonathan d. cohen is a PhD Candidate in the Corocran Department of History at the University of Virginia and a Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellow. He is the coeditor of All In: The Spread of Gambling in Twentieth-Century United States (University of Nevada, 2018) and the forthcoming Long Walk Home: Reflections on Bruce Springsteen (Rutgers University, 2019). jdc3yx@virginia.edu.

h. richard friman is Eliot Fitch Professor for International Studies, Professor of Political Science, and Director of the Center for Transnational Justice at Marquette University, Milwaukee. His research focuses on the intersection of the licit and illicit global economies, including the politics of (im)migration and crime. h.r.friman@marquette.edu

john hart is a member of the Emeritus Faculty at the Australian National University and a Visitor in the School of History. He is author of The Presidential Branch: From Washington to Clinton (Chatham House, 1995) and is currently completing a book-length study of environmental policymaking in the White House. johnhart662@gmail.com

randy powell is currently a PhD student at Washington State University. He graduated with a BA in History from Brigham Young University–Idaho and earned an MA in Religion from Claremont Graduate University. Randy’s research focuses on the influence of religion on American politics and culture.randal.powell@wsu.edu

jesse tarbert is Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Loyola University Maryland. He received his PhD in History from Case Western Reserve University in 2016. He is completing a book on the ways that business influence and racism helped to shape development of the American state during the 1920s. jesse.tarbert@gmail.com; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0546-4077

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Additional Information

ISSN
1528-4190
Print ISSN
0898-0306
Pages
p. 557
Launched on MUSE
2019-09-27
Open Access
No
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