KROOTH, Richard. American, b. 1935. Genres: Earth sciences, History, Law, Organized labor, Politics/Government, Social sciences. Career: Constitutional attorney, 1962-77; Law and Labor Research Group, Santa Barbara, CA, director, 1978-79; University of California, Santa Barbara & Riverside, professor, 1980-82; Riverside County Criminal Youth Division, CA, Diversion Team, academic director, 1980-82; Madison Area Technical College, visiting professor, 1983-84; California Institute of Management, Berkeley, professor, 1985-89, research associate, 1987-89; University of California, Berkeley, visiting scholar, 1985-86, research associate, 1989, 1993-; San Francisco State University, lecturer, 1990; Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA, lecturer, 1991-92; Golden Gate University, San Francisco, adjunct professor, 1993-; speaker at colleges and universities. Publications: Empire: A Bicentennial Appraisal, 1975; Japan: Five Stages of Development and the Nation's Future, 1976; The Great Social Struggle and the Foundations of Social Theory, Vol I, 1978, Vol II, 1979, Vol III, 1980; Arms and Empire: Imperial Patterns before World War II, 1981; The Struggle for Grenada, 1984; The Dynamics of Enterprise in the American Milieu, Vol I: Socio-Economic Contours, 1985, Vol II: Legal Dimensions, 1988; Common Destiny: Japan & the US In the Global Age, 1990; (with H. Fukurai and E.W. Butler) Race and the Jury, 1993; (with B. Vladimirovitz) The Quest for Freedom, 1993; (with M. Moallem) The Middle East: A Geopolitical Study of the Region in the New Global Era, 1994; (with H.Fukurai, E.W. Butler, and J. Dimitrius) Anatomy of the McMartin Child Molestation Trial, 2000; (with H. Fukurai) The Radicalized Jury Box, 2002; A Century Passing: Carnegie, Steel and the Fate of Homestead, 2002; Gaea & the Fate of Midas, 2003. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to academic journals. Address: PO Box 9515, Berkeley, CA 94709, U.S.A.