Arthur S. Lefkowitz, a self-employed businessman and independent researcher in central New Jersey, has a BA from New York University and an MBA from Long Island University.
His three previous award-winning titles include Bushnell's Submarine: The Best Kept Secret of the American Revolution ( 2006), George Washington's Indispensable Men (2003), and The Long Retreat: The Calamitous American Defense of New Jersey, 1776 (1999).
Arthur currently serves on the Board of Governors of the American Revolution Round Table. Arthur lectures extensively for The New Jersey Council for the Humanities on the subject of The American Revolution. His lecture credits also include various National Park Service historical sites and The Fraunces Tavern Museum in Manhattan famous as the site where George Washington bid farewell to his officers.