HENRY J. ABRAHAM is James Hart professor emeritus of government at the University of Virginia and the author of 11 books and over 100 articles on Constitutional law and the judicial process.
MALCOLM L. CROSS is associate professor of political science at Tarleton State University in Texas. He is the author of several studies on political leadership and the presidency.
BYRON W. DAYNES is professor of political science at Brigham Young University and the author of numerous books and articles on the presidency.
GRAHAM G. DODDS is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at the University of Pennsylvania.
FRANK E. DUNKLE teaches history at Texas A&M University. His dissertation is a study of the development and propaganda strategies in the Boston press in the mid-1750s.
THOMAS ENGEMAN is professor of political science at Loyola University of Chicago. He is the author of numerous studies on American political thought and literature.
CAROL SUE HUMPHREY is associate professor of history at Oklahoma Baptist University and the author of numerous studies of the media in the early Republic.
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Publication information: Book title: George Washington and the Origins of the American Presidency. Contributors: Mark J. Rozell - Author, William D. Pederson - Author, Frank J. Williams - Author. Publisher: Praeger. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 2000. Page number: 209.
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