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MICHAEL S. ROSE was born in 1969 in Chicopee, Mass. Educated at Brown University and the University of Cincinnati, he is the author of five books, including the NY Times bestseller Goodbye, Good Men. He is Executive Editor of Crux News, Producer of Dellachiesa.com and a contributing editor of New Oxford Review. His articles and editorials have appeared in venues such as The Wall Street Journal, NY Newsday, The American Conservative and The Catholic World Report. He lives in Cincinnati with his wife Barbara and their four children.