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Stephen Budiansky

Current Home: Leesburg, United States of America

Carl Van Vechten (1880— 1964) was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, graduated from the University of Chicago, and moved to New York, where he lived happily ever after.
Stephen Budiansky is the author of ten books about history, science, and nature. He is a former national security correspondent and foreign editor of the weekly newsmagazine "U.S. News & World Report," As a Congressional Fellow at the U.S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment he co-authored a classified study on the role of smart-weapons technology in warfare. He is also a former Washington Editor of the internationa