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Andrew L. Yarrow is vice president and Washington director of Public Agenda and teaches modern U.S. history at American University. A longtime former reporter for the New York Times, Yarrow has published extensively during the past twenty-five years, including Latecomers: Children of Parents Over 35, frequent op-ed pieces, and many popular and scholarly articles. A resident of Bethesda, MD, he also has worked for the Brookings Institution, the U.S. government, and several international organizations. He received his Ph.D. in history from George Mason University and an MPA from Harvard University.

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