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Louis Galambos is professor of history at the Johns Hopkins University. His many books include The New American State: Bureaucracies and Policies since World War II and The Public Image of Big Business in America. He is co-editor (with Alfred D. Chandler Jr.) of volume VI of the Eisenhower Papers, editor of volumes VII-XIII, and co-editor (with Daun van Ee) of volumes XIV-XVII. All are available from Johns Hopkins. Daun van Ee, co-editor of the Eisenhower Papers and longtime lecturer in the Department of History at the Johns Hopkins University, is the author of David Dudley Field and the Reconstruction of the Law. He now serves on the manuscripts staff at the Library of Congress.