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Tracking militarists’ efforts to influence U.S. foreign policy

Liebson, Seth

  • Claremont Institute: Fellow

  • Americans for Victory Over Terrorism: Executive Director

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Seth Leibsohn is a fellow at the Claremont Institute, executive director of Americans for Victory over Terrorism, and producer of Bill Bennett's Morning In America. According to his bio posted on the Claremont website, “Leibsohn specializes in issues related to the war on terrorism as well as domestic policy—including race preferences, the First Amendment, education reform, and religious freedom. Leibsohn has a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in political science from the Claremont Colleges and a law degree from Northeastern University, where he founded the school's chapter of the Federalist Society. His writings have been featured in various journals in print and on-line.”[1]

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[1]Claremont Institute, “Seth Leibsohn,” http://www.claremont.org/scholars/scholarid.39/scholar.asp.


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Affiliations

  • Claremont Institute: Fellow

  • Americans for Victory Over Terrorism: Executive Director

  • Federalist Society: Founder, Northeastern University chapter


 



Education

  • Claremont Colleges: B.A.

  • Claremont Colleges: M.A.

  • Northeastern University: J.D.

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