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Business Rights Center Director Roger Donway is a freelance writer and editor whose work focuses on philosophy, economics, and history. In addition to heading up the Business Rights Center, Donway is assisting author Robert Bradley, Jr. with his forthcoming book Edison to Enron: Energy Markets and Political Strategies, the second volume in Bradley's projected trilogy, Political Capitalism (M&M Scrivener Press). Donway performed editing and research for Bradley's first book in the trilogy, Capitalism at Work: Business, Government, and Energy.
From 1997 to 2005, Donway was the editor of The Atlas Society's monthly magazine, Navigator (the precursor of The New Individualist) to which he also contributed numerous articles, including "Eliot Spitzer: Ayatollah General" and "The Case for Frank Quattrone."
From 1988 to 1997, Donway was managing editor of Orbis, the quarterly journal of the Foreign Policy Research Institute. In 1983, he co-authored (with David Kelley) Laissez-Parler: Freedom in the Electronic Media. He has also written a book-length manuscript, The Steelmasters, a history of steel technology told through the biographies of the men who created it.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning historian Walter McDougall said of Donway, “An editor of his experience, loyalty, high standards, and erudition is almost impossible to find nowadays.”
Roger lives with his wife, Alisan, in the mid-Hudson Valley region of New York.
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