ARTHUR SELWYN MILLER is Leo Goodwin, Sr. Distinguished Professor of Law at Nova University Center for the Study of Law and Professor Emeritus of Law at George Washington University. His previously published books include The Modern Corporate State: Private Governments and the American Constitution (1976), The Supreme Court: Myth and Reality (1978), Social Change and Fundamental Law: America's Evolving Constitution (1979), Democratic Dictatorship: The Emergent Constitution of Control (1981), Toward Increased Judicial Activism: The Political Role of the Supreme Court (1982), A “Capacity for Outrage”: The Judicial Odyssey of J. Skelly Wright (1984), and On Courts and Democracy: Selected Nonjudicial Writings of J. Skelly Wright (1984).
MARTIN FEINRIDER is Associate Professor of Law at Nova University Center for the Study of Law, where he specializes in international law and the protection of human rights. He is a member of the Consultative Council of the Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy, and has written on international law subjects for a variety of publications, including the Encyclopedia of Public International Law.