Jerold S. Auerbach, who teaches history at Wellesley College, is the author of Labor and Liberty: The La Follette Committee and the New Deal and editor of American Labor: The Twentieth Century, and is currently engaged in a study of the American legal profession and social change in the twentieth century.
John Braeman, professor of history at the University of Nebraska -- Lincoln, is the author of Albert J. Beveridge: American Nationalist.
Robert Bremner is professor of history at Ohio State University, author of From the Depths: The Discovery of Poverty in the United States and American Philanthropy, and editor of Children and Youth in America: A Documentary History.
David Brody teaches history at the University of California -- Davis and is the author of Steelworkers in America: The Nonunion Era, The Butcher Workmen, and Labor in Crisis: The Steel Strike of 1919.
Milton Derber, who is professor of labor and industrial relations at the University of Illinois, is coeditor (with Edwin Young) of Labor and the New Deal and author of The American Idea of Industrial Democracy, 1865-1965.
Ellis W. Hawley, professor of history at the University of Iowa and author of The New Deal and the Problem of Monopoly: A Study in Economic Ambivalence, is currently at work on a study of Herbert Hoover and the vision of associational capitalism, 1917-33.