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- Franklin Foer Editor, The New Republic; author "How Soccer Explains the World: An (Unlikely) Theory of Globalization" (Harper Perennial)
- Branko Milanovic Lead Economist for Development Research, World Bank Group; and Visiting Scholar, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Kelly Whiteside Staff writer, USA Today
- Fritz Hahn Bars and Clubs Editor, Washingtonpost.com
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