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Deborah Scroggins

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Deborah Scroggins

Deborah Scroggins, a former editor and correspondent for the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, is the author of Emma's War: An Aid Worker, Radical Islam and the Politics of Oil--A True Story of Love and Death in the Sudan (Anchor), which won a 2003 Ron Ridenhour Award for Truth-Telling. She lives in Atlanta.


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