Terry Anderson is professor of history and Cornerstone Faculty Fellow at Texas A&M University. He has published five books, and co-authored one, A Flying Tiger's Diary, with pilot Charles R. Bond Jr. His PhD dissertation was published as The United States, Great Britain, and the Cold War, 1944–47. A baby boomer who went from a boy, to a Vietnam vet, to a man during the tumultuous 1960s, he knew that he would have to write on that time and has published The Movement and the Sixties, focusing on social activism, and a survey entitled The Sixties. During the 1990s, he became interested in a public policy that was dividing the American public, and he penned The Pursuit of Fairness: A History of Affirmative Action, and most recently, Bush's Wars, which concerns the younger Bush's War on Terror in Afghanistan and, especially, the conflict in Iraq. He has visited almost eighty countries, held three Fulbright professorships, and taught in Malaysia, Japan, China, Ireland, and Indonesia.