Jeffrey Friedman, Editor of Critical Review, founded the journal when he was a History grad student at the University of California at Berkeley, having graduated from Brown with a BA in History and Philosophy. After getting an MA and achieving the coveted ABD from Berkeley, he enrolled in Yale’s Political Science graduate program in 1991, receiving an MA in 1993, an M.Phil. in 1995, and a Ph.D. in 2002. His dissertation, “The Politics of Communitarianism and the Emptiness of Liberalism,” is being considered for publication by Princeton University Press. Previously he published introductions to editions of Locke’s “Two Treatises of Government” and Mill’s “On Liberty,” and edited The Rational Choice Controversy: Economic Models of Politics Reconsidered (Yale Univ. Press, 1996). He has taught Consitutional law, contemporary political theory, democratic theory, social-science methodology, and the history of political thought at Yale, Dartmouth, Harvard, and Barnard College, Columbia University.