Samuel Kern Alexander, Ph.D., Illinois, U.S.
Editorial Advisory Board
W Kane Alexander M.A., J.D., St. Augustine, Florida, U.S.
Trevor Davies, Ph.D., Reading, U.K.
Theodore H. Lavit, Esq., J.D., Lebanon, Kentucky, U.S.
David Martin, Ph.D., Devon, U.K.
Annette Mountford, M.B.E., Oxfordshire, U.K.
Richard Salmon, M.A., Ph.D., Blacksburg, Virginia, U.S.
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A list of reviewers is available upon request.