GALIK I. ARTEMCHUK is a rector of Kiev Linguistic University and professor of German. His publications in book, article, and review form are concerned with the history of linguistics, theory of word formation, with special reference to German, contrastive language study, primarily German as compared to Ukrainian, and FLT.
KENNETH L. BALDWIN is a psychotherapist and counselor in private practice in Pleasant Valley, New York. He is a fellow of the American Orthopsychiatric Association and Diplomate of the National Association of Social Workers. His publications include Break the Spell! ( 1993) and "The Disinformation Superhighway," ETC.: A Review of General Semantics (summer 1995).
MARTHA A. BARTTER is associate professor of English and co-convener of English faculty at Northeast Missouri State University, where she teaches composition, American literature, Native American literature mythology, and creative writing. Her publications include The Way to Ground Zero: The Atomic Bomb in American Science Fiction ( Greenwood, 1988); chapters in several collections of literary criticism; and articles in Extrapolation, Science Fiction Studies, Bulletin of Science, Technology, and Society, and ETC.: A Review of General Semantics.
SANFORD I. BERMAN studied with S. I. Hayakawa (at Teacher's College, Columbia University) and Irving J. Lee at Northwestern University. He has taught at University College and the Industrial Relations Center of the University of Chicago, University College and Traffic Institute at Northwestern University, the Illinois Institute of Technology, and the evening division of the University of California, San Diego. He is president of Educational Cassettes and has written and recorded 140 educational and success motivation casettes. He is the author of Why Do We Jump to Conclusions? ( 1962), The Closed Mind ( 1962, 1965, 1968), How to Lessen Misunderstandings ( 1962), Understanding and Being Understood ( 1962), and Words, Meanings and People ( 1982) and has