A graduate of Columbia University, Mr. Greenberg was commissioned ensign from the N.R.O.T.C. in 1953. He served aboard USS Randolph (CVA-15), and then as training officer at Recruit Training Command, Bainbridge, Maryland, in 1954. From 1957-60, he was a congressional reporter on the Washington Post and was awarded a fellowship by the American Political Science Association to study congressional activities in 1960-61. He is at present a Staff writer for Science Magazine.

Articles by Daniel S. Greenberg

U. S. Destroyers for British Bases

By Daniel S. Greenberg
November 1962
In the late summer of 1940, when Britain was fighting alone after the fall of France, three elderly destroyers moved slowly out of Boston Harbor. They flew the American flag ...