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Albert I. Berger

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Albert I. Berger

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Full Name: Albert I. Berger
Occupation: Teacher, Writer, Academic
Nationality: American


Albert I. Berger (AB, Cornell, 1969; MA, PhD, Northern Illinois University, 1972, 1978) teaches the 20th- and 21st century history of the United States, military history, and the history of United States foreign relations. Dr. Berger's first research explored popular responses to scientific and technological change in the mid-20th century United States.

His book The Magic That Works: John W. Campbell and the American Response to Technology (Borgo Press, 1993) won the J. Lloyd Eaton Prize in 1995. He is currently completing A Christian Conscience and a Billion Dollars: The Life and Works of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Dr. Berger has also written on issues of national and collective security; and he is collecting material for a study of the nuclear strategy issues that confronted the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations.

He served as president of North Dakota's State Historical Board from 2007 to 2009, and was recently appointed to a fourth three-year term on that board.

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