George H. Nash (Amherst, Class of 1967) is a professional historian (Ph.D., Harvard) and author of many books and articles relating to the history of American conservatism, including a multivolume, scholarly biography of Herbert Hoover (1874-1964). He has just edited and published a previously unknown memoir by Hoover about his postpresidential years, including what he called his "crusade against collectivism" in America after leaving the White House in 1933. The full title is THE CRUSADE YEARS, 1933-1955: HERBERT HOOVER'S LOST MEMOIR OF THE NEW DEAL ERA AND ITS AFTERMATH (Hoover Institution Press). Nash contributes a substantial introduction. See the web page for the book at Amazon.com for more details.