Tim Davenport, a resident of Corvallis, Oregon and a member of DSA, launched his Early American Marxism website (www.marxisthistory.org) in 2004 and has been a volunteer with Marxists Internet Archive for more than a decade. Writing as "Carrite," he has started more than 300 articles at Wikipedia and improved hundreds of others on topics relating to labor history and political biography. He is a member of the Organization of American Historians, Historians of American Communism, the Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, and the Labor and Working-Class History Association. His previous book is The "American Exceptionalism" of Jay Lovestone and His Comrades , co-edited with Paul LeBlanc and reissued as a Haymarket Books paperback in 2018.David Walters lives in Pacifica, California, originally hails from New York City. Having been formally a member of several socialist organizations since High School in 1972, David was active in the labor movement and is now a retired member of IBEW 1245. He now dedicates himself toward the building of the Marxists Internet Archive which he helped found in the mid-1990s. Additionally he is the Director of the San Francisco based Holt Labor Library, a brick-and-mortar library for papers, documents and journals of the labor and revolutionary left.