James Wolfensohn Adrian Wooldridge, Adrian Wooldridge, the West Coast correspondent for the Economist, is co-author of "The Witch Doctors: What the Management Gurus are Saying and Why it Matters."
Heading for a Fall Kevin Phillips, Kevin Phillips, publisher of American Political Report, is author of "The Politics of Rich and Poor." His newest book is "Arrogant Capital: Washington, Wall Street and the Frustrations of American Politics."
Boeing Learns a Lesson in Predictability HOWARD H. STEVENSON, Howard H. Stevenson, a professor of business administration at Harvard, is the author of "Do Lunch or Be Lunch: The Power of Predictability in Creating Your Future," just published by Harvard Business School Press
Dear Prime Minister Netanyahu . . . HARVEY J. FIELDS, Harvey J. Fields is senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple and cochair of Israel's 50th Anniversary Community Celebration Committee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles
LBJ as the Clinton Paradigm Robert Dallek, Robert Dallek, who taught history at UCLA for 30 years, is currently a professor at Boston University. Volume II of his new biography of Lyndon B. Johnson, "Flawed Giant: Lyndon Johnson and His Times, 1961-1973," will be published next April
Berlin: A Belief That Man Could Be Better Alan Wolfe, Alan Wolfe, a contributing editor to the New Republic, is University Professor at Boston University and the author of the forthcoming "One Nation, After All."
Hollywood 10 Were Villains, Not Victims MICHAEL BERLINER, Michael S. Berliner is executive director of the Marina del Ray-based Ayn Rand Institute, which describes itself as an advocate of reason, individualism and capitalism. Website: www.aynrand.org
Enough of Sanctions: Take Saddam Hussein Out Howard R. Teicher, Howard R. Teicher is the co-author of "Twin Pillars to Desert Storm" and served as director of Near and South Asia political-military affairs on the National Security Council from 1982-87