ISAAC ALTERAS is Associate Professor of History at Queens College of the City University of New York. His current research involves U.S.-Israeli relations, and his most recent publication on the subject, "Eisenhower, American Jewry and Israel," appeared in the American Jewish Archives. He is presently completing a book on U.S.-Israeli relations during the Eisenhower presidency.
DAVID L. ANDERSON is Associate Professor of History at the University of Indianapolis. His principal research field is U.S. relations with East and Southeast Asia. He is the author of Imperialism and Idealism: American Diplomats in China, 1861-1898.
STEVE M. BARKIN is Associate Professor of Journalism at the University of Maryland and an associate of the University of Maryland Center for Research in Public Communication. His research has concentrated on political communication, broadcast history, and content studies of print and broadcast news. His articles have appeared in Journalism Quarterly, Journal of American Culture, Journal of Broadcasting, and other journals. He is a contributing editor of the Mass Communication Review Yearbook.
HENRY WILLIAM BRANDS, JR., is Assistant Professor of History at Vanderbilt University. He graduated from Stanford University and the University of Texas at Austin, and he is the author of Cold Warriors: Eisenhower's Generation and various articles.
PHILIP J. BRIGGS is Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Political