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Brigid Harrison is Associate Professor of Political Science at Montclair State University. She received her Ph.D from Temple University, her B.A. from The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, and her master's from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. She teaches courses in American Government, Women and Politics, Campaigns and Elections, Political Parties and Quantitative Analysis. Her research interests include interest groups and campaign finance, and women's political participation. She is the author WOMEN IN AMERICAN POLITICS: AN INTRODUCTION (2003, Wadsworth) and of various papers and articles, including those appearing in "The Gaming Law Review" and "Party Developments." She also is the author of many supplements to Schmidt, Shelley and Bardes' AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS TODAY. She also participates in local politics, having twice run (and lost) for a seat on her county's legislature. Brigid Harrison lives in Smithville, New Jersey with her husband Ken, their daughters Caroline and Alexandra and son John.
Jean Harris is a novelist, essayist, and translator living in Bucharest, Romania. She was the 2007-2008 grant recipient from the University of California, Irvine s International Center for Writing and Translation.
Tolchin is a distinguished professor at George Mason University's Institute for Public Policy.
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