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The Future of American Democracy To Be Discussed by Former U.S. Congressman at Cal State Dominguez Hills
CARSON, Calif. – Former U.S. Congressman Glen Browder (D-Alabama, 1989-97) will discuss and sign copies of his book, The Future of American Democracy: A Former Congressman’s Unconventional Analysis, on Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. in the Loker University Student Union, Grand Hall 2, at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH).
WHO: Former U.S. Congressman Glen Browder (D-Alabama, 1989-97)
Congressman Browder will present the challenging thesis of his book that questions the future of America’s democratic experiment, drawing a pertinent analogy to California politics. Dr. Browder’s thesis provides the theoretical basis for the Thursday, Feb. 26, interactive forum on “The Fate of Democracy” in the University Theatre at 7 p.m. The events are free and open to the public.
Dr. Browder, Visiting Professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey and Eminent Scholar in American Democracy at Jacksonville State University, has been at the forefront of public service and political discourse for more than 30 years. His public-service career included 14 years in elective office as a U.S. Congressman, Alabama Secretary of State and Alabama state legislator. He received his doctorate in political science from Emory University and has served 20 years as a political science professor. Over the years, Dr. Browder has focused his interests on political reform and adjustments to a changing world.
Throughout his career, Dr. Browder has challenged the American public to look beneath the surface of the political landscape and explore the inner core of issues that shape our democratic way of life.
For additional information, visit the Web at www.csudh.edu/fate
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Last updated Friday, February 6, 2004, 4:38 pm, by Stephanie Brown (sb)