SYDNEY E. AHLSTROM is professor of church history and American history at Yale University. He holds a doctorate from Harvard University. His writings include The American Protestant Encounter with World Religions ( 1963) and Theology in America ( 1967).
KENNETH BARKIN is assistant professor of history at the University of California, Riverside. He attended Brooklyn College and Brown University. He is the author of The Controversy over German Industrialization ( 1970).
HERBERT J. BASS, the editor of this volume, is professor of history at Temple University. He attended Boston University and the University of Rochester. He has written "I Am a Democrat": The Political Career of David Bennett Hill ( 1961) and edited Readings in American History ( 1963) and America's Entry into World War I ( 1964).
ROBERT H. BREMNER is professor of history at The Ohio State University, from which he also received the doctorate. He is the author of From the Depths: The Discovery of Poverty in the United States ( 1956) and American Philanthropy ( 1960).
GEORGE H. DANIELS, associate professor of history at Northwestern University, received his graduate education at the University of Iowa.