ALLIDA M. BLACK is assistant professor of history at the University of Baltimore and lecturer in history at George Washington University, Washington, D.C. She is author of Casting Her Own Shadow: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Shaping of Postwar Liberalism ( 1996).
MATTHEW J. DICKINSON is assistant professor of government at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and author of Bitter Harvest: FDR and the Growth of the Presidential Branch ( 1997).
WILLIAM E. ELLIS is professor of history at Eastern Kentucky University. He is author of Robert Worth Bingham and the Southern Mystique ( 1997).
ETHAN FISHMAN is professor of political science at South Alabama University and author of numerous journal articles and book chapters. He is author of Likely Stories: Essays on Political Philosophy and Contemporary American Literature ( 1989) and Public Policy and the Public Good ( 1991).
MARTIN HALPERN is associate professor of history at Henderson State University. He is author of UAW Politics in the Cold War Era ( 1988) and of articles in professional journals.