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The Swine Flu Affair: Decision-Making on a Slippery Disease Authors Richard E. Neustadt, author of Alliance Politics and Presidential Power, is the Lucius N. Littauer Professor of Public Administration in the John Fitzgerald Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. Professor Neustadt was a White House assistant to President Truman and a con- sultant to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson on problems of government organization and operation. In that capacity he reviewed the Skybolt crisis of 1962. Recalling that study, Secretary Califano asked for this one. Harvey V. Fineberg holds an M.D. from the Harvard Medical School and a Master in Public Policy from the Kennedy School where he studied with Professor Neustadt. Dr. Fineberg teaches at the Harvard School of Public Health and has been director of its Graduate Program in Health Policy and Management. He was an Intermediate Junior Fel-low in Harvard's Society of Fellows and a Mellon Fellow at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. He practices general medicine part-time and is a member of the Massa-chusetts Public Health Council. His wife, Mary E. Wilson, is a physician who specializes in infectious diseases.