Robert W. Morrow is an associate professor of history at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. He earned his masters and PhD degrees at the University of Maryland, College Park and specializes in 20th-century US history, particularly media and politics. His publications include Sesame Street and the Reform of Children’s Television (Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2006) and “Nationalizing American Radio: Anti-Monopoly, Nationalism, and the First Alexander Bill, 1915–17” (Journal of Radio & Audio Media, 2011). At Morgan he teaches undergraduate US survey courses, as well as courses in film and in law. He also teaches graduate courses in his specialty and in writing. Besides teaching, he regularly reviews books for Choice, an American Library Association journal, and serves as the assessment coordinator his department.