The United States Presidential Election of 2020: What is Happening and Why?



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Associate Professor

Dept. of Political Science

Long Island University

Recent Books

· Tenochtitlan, 1519-1521: Clash of Civilizations, Osprey Publications, Oxford, 2018.

· The Buying of the Presidency? Franklin D. Roosevelt, The New Deal, and the Election of 1936, Praeger, Santa Barbara, 2014.

· Troy: Last War of the Heroic Age, Osprey Publications, Oxford, 2014.

· The Jewish Revolt, AD66-74, Osprey Publications, Oxford, 2013.

· Actium, 31BC, Osprey Publications, Oxford, 2009.

· Philippi, 42BC, Osprey Publications, Oxford, 2008.

· The Partisan Press: A History of Media Bias in the United States, McFarland & Co. Publishers, Jefferson, North Carolina, 2007.

· Pharsalus, 48BC, Osprey Publications, Oxford, 2006.

Recent Monographs

· “‘A Common Interest:’ Franklin Roosevelt, Frank Hague, and the Presidential Election of 1936 in New Jersey,” New Jersey Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 2016, pp. 120-151.

· “Atomic Cinema: Nuclear Proliferation and Deterrence Theory as Refracted through the Camera Lens,” Film International, Vol. 13, No. 4, December 2015, pp. 31-59.

· “‘The Merchant is Become the Sovereign’: Corporate Imperialism in James Cameron’s Avatar,” Film International, Vol. 13, No. 2, June 2015, pp. 41-66.

· “Partisan Politics in America’s Suburb: Presidential Elections in Westchester County, From Andrew Jackson to Barack Obama,” The Westchester Historian, Vol. 90, No. 4, Fall 2014, pp. 104-121.

· “‘If it wasn’t for Roosevelt you wouldn’t have this job’: The Politics of Patronage and the 1936 Presidential Election in New York,” Journal of New York History, Vol. 95, No. 1, Fall 2014, pp. 41-69.

· “Physical Isolation and Failed Socialization on Pitcairn Island: A Warning for the Future?” Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, April 2014, pp. 21-38.

· “Beyond the New Deal: The Postmaterialist Divide in Pennsylvania Presidential Elections,” The Forum, Vol. 11, No. 2, August 2013, pp. 179-207.

· “Race, Class and Values in Post-New Deal Presidential Politics: Inverted Class Loyalties as a Trend in Presidential Elections, 2000-2012,” New Political Science, Vol. 35, No. 2, June 2013, pp. 272-306.

“Realistically, Nice Guys Finish Last,” Chapter 11, pp. 129-140, in Wayne Yuen (ed.), The Walking Dead and Philosophy, Open Court, Chicago, 2012.