Robert A. Goldwin is resident scholar and codirector 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 score of books on American politics, coeditor of the AEI series of volumes on the Constitution, and author of numerous articles, including "Why Blacks, Women, and Jews Are Not Mentioned in the Constitution" and "Of Men and Angels:"A Search for Morality in the Constitution.
Art Kaufman is a research assistant in the Department of Government at Georgetown University. He has served as acting director of educational programs at the Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, assistant director of constitutional studies at the American Enterprise Institute, program officer at the Institute for Educational Affairs, and assistant editor of The Public Interest magazine. He has taught constitutional law at the Catholic University of America and is coeditor, with Robert A. Goldwin, of Separation of Powers:Does It Still Work?, published by AEI.
Henry J. Abraham is James Hart Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia. He has taught and lectured extensively in political science, government; and constitutional law in the United States and abroad. He serves on the advisory committees and editorial boards of numerous organizations and publications, such as the Council of Editors of the Journal of Church and State. His many publications include Freedom and the Court: Civil Rights and Liberties in the United States (originally published in 1967, now entering its fifth edition), "The Status of the First Amendment's Religion Clauses:"Some Reflections on Lines and Limits, and "The Judicial Function under the Constitution:"Theory and Practice.
Dean M. Kelley, an ordained minister of the United Methodist Church, has been the executive director for religious and civil liberty