Presented in this paper is a stability condition for a class of nonlinear feedback systems where the plant dynamics can be represented by a finite series of Volterra kernels. The class of Volterra kernels are limited to p-linear stable operators and may contain pure delays. The stability condition requires that the linear kernel is nonzero and that the closed loop characteristic equation associated with the linearized system is stable. Next, a sufficient condition is developed to upper bound the infinity-norm of an external disturbance signal thereby guaranteeing that the internal and output signals of the closed loop nonlinear system are contained in L∞. These results are then demonstrated on a design example. A frequency domain controller design procedure is also developed using these results where the trade-off between performance and stability are considered for this class of nonlinear feedback systems.