ROBERT A. GOLDWIN is resident scholar and director of constitutional studies at the American Enterprise Institute. He has served in the White House as special consultant to the president and, concurrently, as adviser to the secretary of defense. He has taught at the University of Chicago and at Kenyon College and was dean of St. John's College in Annapolis. He is the editor of A Nation of States and coeditor of How Democratic Is the Constitution? How Capitalistic Is the Constitution? and How Does the Constitution Secure Rights?
ART KAUFMAN is currently acting director of educational programs at the Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution. He is former assistant director of constitutional studies at the American Enterprise Institute, former program officer at the Institute for Educational Affairs, and former assistant editor of The Public Interest magazine. He has taught constitutional law at the Catholic University of America.
ANN STUART ANDERSON was assistant director of legal policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. She has taught American political thought and constitutional law at Claremont-McKenna College, Rockford College, Yale University, and Georgetown University. She is the author of articles published in The Political Science Review and Publius and of "Decent, Even Though Democratic," in "How Democratic Is the Constitution?" Robert A. Goldwin and William A. Schambra, editors.
JAMES W. CEASER is associate professor of government and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia. He is the author of Presidential Selection and Reforming the Reforms and coauthor of Proportional Representation in the Presidential Nominating Process and American Government --Origins, Institutions and Public Policy.
LLOYD N. CUTLER is an attorney in Washington, D.C., and was counsel to President Carter, 1979-1980. Mr. Cutler is cochairman of the Committee on the Constitutional System.