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  • Afterglow JULIUS LESTER, Julius Lester is the author of 27 books for children and adults. He is a professor in the Judaic studies department and adjunct professor in the English and history departments at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst

  • Los Angeles Times Bestsellers / February 15, 1998

  • Ac / Dc DICK LOCHTE, Dick Lochte is the author of "The Neon Smile." He writes a mystery books column for Life & Style

  • Country Roads KEN EMERSON, Ken Emerson is the author of "Doo-dah!: Stephen Foster and the Rise of American Popular Culture."

  • Reading L.a.

  • Rail-Splitter BENJAMIN SCHWARZ, Benjamin Schwarz is a contributing editor to the Atlantic Monthly and executive editor of World Policy Journal

  • Homo Sovieticus LESLEY CHAMBERLAIN, Lesley Chamberlain is the author of "Nietzsche in Turin." Her most recent work on Russian themes was the cultural history and travelogue "Volga Volga" (Picador)

  • Per Diem

  • The Russians Are Coming ALLEN WEINSTEIN, Allen Weinstein is the author of the recently reissued "Perjury: The Hiss-Chambers Case." His new book, "The Haunted Wood: Soviet Espionage in America," with co-author Alexander Vassiliev, will be published later this year

  • Roots RICHARD EDER

  • The Sour Now TAMAR JACOBY, Tamar Jacoby is the author of "Someone Else's House: America's Unfinished Struggle for Integration," to be published by The Free Press in June

  • Gift of Sight

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