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juanita “frankie” clogston received her Ph.D. in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University in 2014, where her research focused on changes to the media environment, including the decline of newspapers. She previously worked as a journalist for television network news and news agency outlets. Currently, she conducts policy and economic research in Washington, D.C.

judge glock received his B.A. and M.A. in history from the College of William and Mary and has worked for the Department of Justice investigating historical Native American claims. He is currently a doctoral student at Rutgers University, specializing in financial and political history.

kenneth j. heineman, Professor of History at Angelo State University, most recently authored Civil War Dynasty: The Ewing Family of Ohio (New York University Press, 2012) and received the 2000 Philip S. Klein Prize of the Pennsylvania Historical Association for A Catholic New Deal: Religion and Reform in Depression Pittsburgh.

scott a. hendrickson is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Creighton University.

joseph e. hower is a visiting assistant professor of history at Southwestern University. He received his Ph.D. from Georgetown University in 2013, and his dissertation, “Jerry Wurf, the Rise of AFSCME, and the Fate of Labor Liberalism, 1947–1981,” won the 2014 Best Dissertation prize from Labor History.

luke messac is a medical student and a Ph.D. candidate in the History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation is a history of the role of medical care in development planning and popular politics in Malawi. His recent publications include articles in Social Science & Medicine, the South African Historical Journal, and a chapter in an edited volume titled Therapeutic Revolutions.

jason m. roberts is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina.

margaret c. rung teaches history and directs the Center for New Deal Studies at Roosevelt University. [End Page 397]



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