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Frank Gregorsky is an independent book editor and producer of private oral histories. He worked at Seattle’s Discovery Institute during 1996-99 and remains one of its Senior Fellows. Before that he served as chief-of-staff to Georgia Congressman Newt Gingrich and edited a series of congressional newsletters. His specialties are economic and governmental history.

Reviews and essays by Gregorsky have appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, Human Events, Indianapolis Star, National Review, New York Times, Policy Review, Privatization Review, Regulation, Roll Call, San Francisco Chronicle, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle Times, Tacoma News-Tribune, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Washington Times.

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