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- Dr. Alvin Felzenberg visiting fellow at the The Heritage Foundation
- Martha Kumar senior fellow at the University of Maryland Academy of Leadership, political science professor at Towson University, and director of the White House 2001 Project
- Robert Hunter senior advisor with the RAND Corporation and former U.S. Ambassador to NATO
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