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Eric J. Lyman (born 1965) is an American journalist, writer and ghost writer who has authored topics from South America including the now-accepted thesis that the border conflict between Peru and Ecuador could be based on pre-Columbian Inca roots, and breaking news that the U.S. government was guilty of using illegal poison to eradicate coca crops in the Amazon jungle, contributing to a reversal of U.S. policy in this area.
Lyman was graduated from Florida State University.
His work has been published in periodicals including the San Francisco Chronicle, National Geographic News, Reason Magazine, USA Today, "The Hollywood Reporter" and the Wall Street Journal.
In addition to his freelance work, Lyman is an editor and columnist for The American, a monthly magazine published in Rome.
1 Articles (selected)
1.1 The American,
1.2 National Geographic News,
1.3 Reason Magazine,
1.4 The San Francisco Chronicle,
1.5 United Press International (UPI),
1.6 USA Today,
1.7 The Wall Street Journal,
3 External links,
"Making it cool", January 2006.,
"Saintly wine", November 2005.,
National Geographic News:
"UN World Summit Pact Gets Mixed Reviews", September 3, 2002.,
"Private Life: How privatization is starting to revive Peru", 1996.,
The San Francisco Chronicle:
"U.S. accused of creating blight, Killing coca plants and harming other crop", November 9, 1999.,
United Press International (UPI):
"Analysis: Hollywood at the service of science", July 1, 2004.,
"Italian atheist sues priest over Jesus' existence", January 30, 2006.,
"Vatican's Latin expert no stuffy academic", April 21, 2005.,
"Pope can reach followers via electronic media", March 17, 2005.,
The Wall Street Journal:
"Should he stay or should he go? The case for Alberto Fujimori," 1998.