STEPHEN E. AMBROSE is the Boyd Professor of History at the University of New Orleans and director of the Eisenhower Center. He is the author of biographies of Eisenhower and Nixon.
HOWARD BALL is professor of political science and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Vermont. He is the author of dozens of political science and law review articles and has authored or co-authored sixteen books on the Supreme Court and the judicial process, including Justice Downwind, Compromised Compliance ( Greenwood Press, 1982), "We Have a Duty": The Supreme Court and the Watergate Litigation ( Greenwood Press, 1990), and Of Powers and Rights: Justices Black and Douglas.
TOM BROKAW is the anchor, managing editor, and chief of correspondents of "NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw." Before joining "Nightly News," he had been anchor of NBC News' "Today" program from 1976 to 1981. He has played a major role in NBC News' coverage of every presidential election since 1976.
SHERRI CAVAN is professor of sociology at San Francisco State University. Her area of specialization is deviance and conformity. She has conducted several studies of rule breaking activity both at the top of the social system and at the bottom. She is author of Liquor License: An Ethnography of Bar Behavior, Hippies of the Haight, and Twentieth Century Gothic: America's Nixon, along with numerous articles and reviews.