Born in 1937 in NYC, and educated in public schools, Arthur earned a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell in 1958, and a Ph.D in Sociology from Princeton in 1961. He taught first at the Wharton School until 1967 when he then began a 36 year career at Drexel University. On retiring in 2003, Arthur reinvented himself as a Holocaust Scholar. His 2017 Stealth Altruism book is his 34th, and he has written some 250+ published essays on a wide variety of social reforms. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.