Francis Graham Wilson (1901-1976) was an eminent political scientist who taught at the University of Washington and the University of Illinois. He is best known for establishing a historical theory of public opinion as distinct from the methodology. He is the author of numerous articles and books on public opinion, including The American Political Mind and The Case for Conservatism. H. Lee Cheek, Jr., is professor of political science and religion at the University of North Georgia, and a senior fellow of the Alexander Hamilton Institute. His previous books include Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal, Order and Legitimacy, and Calhoun and Popular Rule, among other works.
Kathy B. Cheek is adjunct instructor at Lee University, a choreographer and teacher of dance.
M. Susan Power is professor of political science at Arkansas State University. Her books include Before the Convention: Religion and the Founders and Jacques Maritain.
Thomas J. Metallo is assistant professor of political science at Lee University and a specialist in Spanish and Latin politics.