Michael Lind

New America Foundation

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Michael Lind is a co-founder of New America (formerly the New American Foundation) and the author of the The American Way of Strategy: US Foreign Policy and the American Way of Life and Land of Promise: An Economic History of the United States. He is a former columnist for Salon and a former research assistant to William F. Buckley.

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