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Herbert J. Storing (January 29, 1928 – 1977) was a professor of Constitutional History and Law, the The Federalist Papers, and, most notably, the Anti-Federalists at the University of Chicago and the University of Virginia. Storing served in the U.S. Army after World War II, from 1946 to 1948, before beginning a degree at Colgate University in 1950. He earned a PhD from the University of Chicago in 1956, studying as a Fulbright Scholar in the United Kingdom from 1953 to 1955.
A prolific writer and talented academic, Storing was also a senior research assistant at the London School of Economics and held posts at Colgate University (1968-1969) and Northern Illinois University (1969-1975). Prior to his death at 49, he had completed most of his annotated seven-volume collection of Anti-Federalist writings, The Complete Anti-Federalist, which was later completed by his former student Murray Dry.
Another of Dr. Storing's scholarly works is Toward a More Perfect Union, a collection of most of his shorter works.
- What the Antifederalists Were For (1981)
- Essays on the Scientific Study of Politics (1962)
- The State and the Farmer (1963)
- The Complete Antifederalist (1981)
- What Country Have I?: Political Writings By Black Americans (1970)
- Toward a More Perfect Union (1995)