M. MARK AMEN is Associate Professor of International Studies at the University of South Florida in Tampa, and previously held appointments at the University of Maryland (European Division) and the University of Vermont. His principal research interest is the political economy of industrialized nations. He is author of American Foreign Policy in Greece: 1944-1949, and is currently writing a monograph entitled The Politics of Market Integration in the United States: 1945-85.
PHILIP J. BRIGGS is Professor and Chairperson of the Political Science Department at East Stroudsburg State College in Pennsylvania. His principal research interests are the legislative-executive relationship and U.S. foreign policy formulation. His articles have appeared in European and American journals, and he has lectured widely before civic and academic audiences.
LESTER H. BRUNE is Oglesby Professor of American Heritage and Professor of History at Bradley University. He specializes in American National Security History. Recent publications have been A Chronological History of United States Foreign Relations, 1776-81, 2 volumes, and The Missile Crisis of October 1962. Presently he is researching the "guns and/or butter" issue in the Truman-Eisenhower period, and is writing an issues-study of the Vietnam War.
SRINIVAS M. CHARY was a Visiting Scholar at Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University, and Columbia University. He also held faculty appointments at various universities in India as a Professor of History. He is the Author of United States Foreign Policy Toward India, 1947-1954. The Hoover Scholar for the year 1980 and the recipient of numerous research grants in the United