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Advisors are not spokesmen of the educational institutions identified.
GEORGE ASHLEY, Ph.D, Los Angeles Unified School District (ret.)
ENRIQUE AYNAT, L.L.B., Torreblanca, Spain
PHILIP BARKER, Ph.D, Minneapolis, Minnesota
JOHN BENNETT, L.L.B., Australian Civil Liberties Union, Melbourne, Australia
ALEXANDER V. BERKIS, L.L.M., Ph.D., Professor of History (ret.), Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia
ARTHUR R. BUTZ, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
BOYD CATHEY, Ph.D., The Southern Partisan, Columbia, South Carolina
ROBERT H. COUNTESS, Ph.D., Huntsville, Alabama
ALBERT J. ECKSTEIN, Ph.D., Santa Fe Springs, California
ROBERT FAURISSON, Ph.D., Professor of French Literature (ret.), University of Lyon-2, Lyon,France
GEORG FRANZ-WILLING, Ph.D., Nerlingen, Germany
JÜRGEN GRAF, Basel, Switzerland
SAMUEL EDWARD KONKIN III, The Agorist Institute, Beverly Hills, California
R. CLARENCE LANG, Ph.D., M. Div., Seguin, Texas
JAMES MARTIN, Ph.D., Professor of History (ret.), Colorado Springs, Colorado
CARLO MATTOGNO, Rome, Italy
HIDEO MIKI, Professor of History (ret.), National Defense Academy, Yokosuka, Japan
OLEG PLATONOV, Ph.D., Moscow, Russia
HENRI ROQUES, Ph.D., Colombes, France
WILHELM STÄGLICH, Dr. jur., Glücksburg, Germany
UDO WALENDY, Diplo. Pol., Vlotho/Weser, Germany
CHARLES E. WEBER, Ph.D., Head, Dept. of Modern Languages (ret.), University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma
C. ZAVERDINOS, Ph.D., Pietermaritzburg, South Africa