Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors

Clayton Becker is a recent graduate from Columbia University's Dual Degree with the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) with degrees in economics, political science, and international law.

David Depew taught the History of Philosophy at California State University, Fullerton, and rhetorical theory and criticism at the University of Iowa.  He is retired and lives in Bend, Oregon.

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.
Laurence Houlgate, now Professor of Philosophy Emeritus from CSU San Luis Obispo, is the author of several books in philosophy and has been a Congressional candidate.

Ivan Light is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles; his most recent book, written with Léo-Paul Dana, is  Entrepreneurs and Capitalism Since Luther (2020).

Roger Niesen is an intelligent and well-educated American citizen now living in Humboldt California

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

Andy Winnick is Professor Emeritus of Economics and Statistics from CSU Los Angeles, President of The American Institute for Progressive Democracy and a a member of the Public Bank Pomona Valley Study Group.