Margaret Power is a professor of history at the Illinois Institute of Technology. She coauthored Hope in Hard Times: Norvelt and the Struggle for Community During the Great Depression. She is the author of Right-Wing Women in Chile: Feminine Power and the Struggle against Allende, 1964–1973 and coeditor of Right-Wing Women: From Conservatives to Extremists around the World and New Perspectives on the Transnational Right. Her current research focuses on the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party. She has been a long-time supporter of the Puerto Rican independence movement and serves on the Board of Directors of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center in Chicago.
Andor Skotnes is professor of history in the Department of History and Society at the Sage Colleges in Troy and Albany, New York. He has been a member of the Radical History Review editorial collective for twenty-five years. His recent book is A New Deal for All? Race and Class Struggles in Depression Era Baltimore (2013). He is a social, cultural, and oral historian of North America; his main research emphasis is on recent US social movements and, in particular, the interrelationships between Black freedom and working-class struggles. His current book project is a study of these movements during World War II and the postwar period in the Baltimore Metropolitan region.