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Curriculum Vita
RAYMOND TATALOVICH
ACADEMIC TRAINING
Ohio University: B.A., 1965; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi.
University of Chicago: M.A., 1968; Ph.D., 1971; University of Chicago Fellowship; Henderson Fund
Scholarship; Hillman Fund Scholarship; NDEA Title IV Fellowship; Dissertation: "After Medicare:
Political Determinants of Social Change in the American Medical Association"
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
Loyola University of Chicago: Professor of Political Science, March, 1985 to Present; Director,
Center for Urban Policy, 1980-1988; Tenure approved, April 1980; Associate Professor of Political
Science, 1978-1985.
Chicago State University: Chairperson, Department of Economics and Political Science,
1977-1978;Associate Professor, March, 1978; Tenure approved, March 1977;
AssistantProfessor,1974-1978.
University of Southern Mississippi: Assistant Professor, 1972-1974.
University of Illinois-Chicago Circle: (Visiting) Instructor of Political Science, 1971-1972.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Public Policy (Moral Conflicts), Presidency and Executive Branch, Congress, Canadian Politics
BOOKS
Raymond Tatalovich and Ted G. Jelen, Governing America in the Twenty-First Century: Contested
Values and Conflicting Interests (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, FORTHCOMING)
Christopher Dolan, John Frendreis, and Raymond Tatalovich, The Presidency and Economic Policy
(New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008).
Moral Controversies in American Politics: Cases in Social Regulatory Policy, co-edited with
Byron W. Daynes, 4th ed. (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe Publishers, FORTHCOMING 2010).
Foreword by Theodore J. Lowi, Cornell University.
The Presidency and Political Science: Two Hundred Years of Constitutional Debate, with T.
Engeman (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003).
Cultures At War: Moral Conflicts in Western Democracies, with T. Alexander Smith (Peterborough,
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Ontario: Broadview Press, 2003).
To Govern a Nation: Presidential Power and Politics, with Byron W. Daynes and Dennis L. Soden
(New York: St. Martin=s Press, 1998).
Moral Controversies in American Politics: Cases in Social Regulatory Policy, co-edited with
Byron W. Daynes (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe Publishers, 1998). Foreword by Theodore
J. Lowi, Cornell University.
The Politics of Abortion in the United States and Canada: A Comparative Study. (Armonk, NY:
M.E. Sharpe Publishers, 1997).
Nativism Reborn: The Official English Language Movement and the American States (Lexington,
KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1995)
The Modern Presidency and Economic Policy, with John Frendreis (Itasca, IL: Peacock Publishers,
1994).
Social Regulatory Policy: Moral Controversies in American Politics, co-edited with Byron
W. Daynes, (Boulder,CO: Westview Press, 1988). Foreword by Theodore J.Lowi, Cornell
University.
Presidential Power in the United States, with Byron W. Daynes (Monterey, CA: Brooks-Cole
[Wadsworth] Publishers, 1984). Foreword by Harry A. Bailey, Jr., Temple University.
--Theoretical framework adapted for high school use in James J. Carroll, The Presidency
Under Our Constitution (Syracuse: Project LEGAL, Inc., 1989), pp. 46-56.
The Politics of Abortion: A Study of Community Conflict in Public Policy-Making, with Byron W.
Daynes, (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1981).
Contemporary Readings in American Government, with Byron W.Daynes (Lexington, MA:
D.C. Heath, 1980).
Study Guide to accompany An Introduction to American Government, by Kenneth Prewitt and
Sidney Verba, (New York: Harper and Row, 1976).
ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
“A Hundred Miles of Wet”: Religion and the Persistence of Prohibition in the American States”
(with John Frendreis), State Politics & Policy Quarterly. FORTHCOMING August, 2010.
“A Presidential Economic Scorecard: Performance and Perception,” (with Chris Dolan and John
Frendreis), PS: Political Science & Politics (October, 2009): 689-694.
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“Cultural and Institutional Factors Affecting Political Contention Over Moral Issues,” (with Mildred
Schwartz), Comparative Sociology 8 (2009): 76-104.
AJudicial Activism vs. Restraint: The Role of the Highest Courts in Official Language Policy in
Canada and the United [email protected] (with C. Michael MacMillan) American Review of Canadian
Studies 33 (Summer, 2003): 239-260.
AThe Emerging Scholarly Consensus on Presidential Leadership: A New Realism, An Old
[email protected](with T. Engeman) White House Studies 2 (2002): 123-137.
APredicting Legislative Output in the First Hundred Days, 1897-1995" (with J. Frendreis and J.
Schaff) Political Research Quarterly 54 (December 2001), 853-870.
AAccuracy and Bias in Macroeconomic Forecasting by the Administration, the CBO, and the Federal
Reserve [email protected] (with J. Frendreis). Polity 32 (Summer, 2000), 623-632.
AIssue Publics, Mass Publics and Agenda-Setting: Environmentalism and Economics in Presidential
[email protected] (with M. Wattier) Government and Policy 17 (1999), 1-12.
A>Friends and Neighbors= Voting for Governor in the Emerging Two-Party South, 1968-1988"
(with B. Cassie and R.A. Strickland), American Review of Politics 19 (Summer 1998), 115128.
AParty and Free Votes in Canada: Abortion in the House of [email protected] (with L.M. Overby and
D.T. Studlar), Party Politics 4 (July 1998), 381-392.
ANonlegal Advice: The amicus briefs in Webster v. Reproductive Health [email protected] (with J.
Rossotti and L. Natelson), Judicature 81 (November/December, 1997), 118-121.
--Reprinted in Elliot E. Slotnick, ed., Judicial Politics: Readings from Judicature, 2d ed.
(Chicago: American Judicature Society, 1999), pp. 167-170.
AWho Supports English-Only Language Laws: Evidence from the 1991 and 1992 National Election
[email protected] (with J. Frendreis), Social Science Quarterly 78 (June 1997), 354-368.
"Abortion Attitudes, Gender and Candidate Choice in Presidential Elections, 1972 to 1992" (with M.
Wattier and B. Daynes), Women & Politics 17:1 (1997), 55-72.
"Abortion Policy Implementation in Canada and the United States (with D. Studlar), American
Review of Canadian Studies (Summer and Autumn, 1995), pp. 203-217.
ASenate Voting on Abortion Legislation Over Two Decades: Testing a Reconstructed Partisanship
[email protected] (with M. Wattier), American Review of Politics 16 (Summer 1995) 167-183.
BReprinted in Carl Grafton and Anne Permaloff, eds., The Behavioral Study of Political
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Ideology and Policy Formulation (Lanham, MD: University Press of America,
2005), pp. 129-148.
"Voting on Official English Language Referenda in Five States: What Kind of Backlash Against
Spanish-Speakers?," Language Problems & Language Planning 19 (Spring 1995), 47-59.
"Keeping Abortion Clinics Open: The Importance of Ragsdale v.Turnock in the Post-Casey Era,"
Policy Studies Review (with S. Mezey and M. Walsh) 13 (Spring/Summer, 1994), 111-126.
"Who Sponsors Official English Language Legislation?: A Comparative Study of Fourteen States,"
Southeastern Political Review XXI (Fall 1993), pp. 721-735.
"The Lowi Paradigm, Moral Conflict, and Coalition-Building: Pro-Choice Versus Pro-Life,"
Women & Politics (with B. Daynes) 13 (1993), pp. 39-66.
"The Persistence of Ideological Cleavage in Voting on Abortion Legislation in the House of
Representatives, 1973-1988," (with D. Schier) American Politics Quarterly (January 1993),
pp. 125-139.
"Presidential Politics and Abortion, 1972-1988" (with B. Daynes), Presidential Studies Quarterly
(Summer 1992), pp. 545-561.
"Political Party Linkages to Presidential Popularity: Assessing the 'Coalition of Minorities' Thesis,"
(with A. Gitelson) Journal of Politics (February, 1990), pp. 234-242.
"The Geographical Distribution of U.S. Hospitals with Abortion Facilities," (with B. Daynes)
Family Planning Perspectives (March/April, 1989), pp. 81-84.
--Cited in plaintiffs/ACLU brief and amicus brief of American College of Obstetricians and
Gynecologists (etc.) to the Supreme Court in Turnock v. Ragsdale, No. 88-790 (1988).
--Reprinted in Stanley K. Henshaw, ed., The Abortion Fact Book, 1992 Edition:
Readings, Trends and State and Local Data to 1988 (New York: Alan Guttmacher
Institute, 1992).
"Religious Influence and Congressional Voting on Abortion," (with B. Daynes), Journal for the
Scientific Study of Religion, (June 1984), pp. 197-200.
"Moral Controversies and the Policymaking Process: Lowi's Framework Applied to the Abortion
Issue," (with B. Daynes) Policy Studies Review (Winter, 1983), pp. 207-222.
"A Spatial Analysis of Voting on Health Care Issues: United States House of Representatives, 96th
Congress, First Session," (with R. Mullner, S. Andes, and B. Bardes), Social Science and
Medicine (1982), pp. 1147-1156.
"The Limits of Judicial Intervention in Abortion Politics," (with B. Daynes), The Christian Century
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(January 1982), pp. 16-20.
--Reprinted in U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the
Constitution, Hearings, Bills Proposing a Constitutional Amendment With Respect to
Abortion, 97th Cong., 1st Sess., 1981, pp. 556-60.
"The Trauma of Abortion Politics," (with B. Daynes), Commonweal (November 20, 1981), pp.
644-649.
--Reprinted in U.S. Congress, Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on the
Constitution, Hearings, Bills Proposing a Constitutional Amendment With Respect to
Abortion, 97th Cong., 1st Sess., 1981, pp. 550-555.
"The Salience of Religion as Social Background Variable in Congressional Voting," (with
B. Daynes), Journal of Political Science (Spring 1981), pp. 88-97.
"Towards a Paradigm to Explain Presidential Power" (with B. Daynes), Presidential Studies
Quarterly (Fall 1979), pp. 428-441.
--Reprinted in Harry A. Bailey, Jr. and Jay M. Shafritz,eds., The American Presidency:
Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Dorsey, 1988).
AElectoral Votes and Presidential Campaign Trails: 1936-1976," American Politics Quarterly
(October, 1979), pp. 489-497.
"The Emerging Socio-Economic Cleavage of Mississippi Republicanism," Journal of Political
Science (Fall 1978), pp. 109-113.
"Societal Determinants of Reported Crime in the America States: A Comparative Analysis Using
Multiple Regression," Criminal Justice Review (Fall, 1976), pp. 127-132.
"Federalism in the Strategy of Presidential Campaign Trails, 1932-1972: An Empirical Analysis,"
Conference for Federal Studies Notebook (Summer 1976), pp. 3-16.
"Friends and Neighbors Voting: Mississippi, 1943-1973," The Journal of Politics, (August 1975),
pp. 807-814.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS
“Economic Management and the Great Recession,” (with John Frendreis), in Steven E. Schier, ed., A
TransformationalPresidency?: Barack Obama in the White House. New York: Rowman &
Littlefield, FORTHCOMING.
“Riding the Tiger: Bush and the Economy,@ (with Johhn Frendreis) in Steven Schier, ed., Ambition
and Division: Legacies of the George W. Bush Presidency (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh
Press, 2009), pp. 215-239.
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ACON: A Productive >honeymoon= period is necessary for a successful presidency,@ in Robert P.
Watson and David A. Freeman, eds., Debating the Presidency (Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt
Publishing Company, 2005), pp. 170-173.
AThe Persistent Mandate: George W. Bush and Economic [email protected] (with J. Frendreis), in Steven
E. Schier, ed., High Risk and Big Ambition: The Presidency of George W. Bush (Pittsburgh:
University of Pittsburgh Press, 2004), pp. 224-245.
[email protected] in Leslie A. Pal and R. Kent Weaver, eds., The Government Taketh Away: The Politics
of Pain in the United States and Canada (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2003), pp.
263-292.
Raymond Tatalovich and Thomas S. Engeman, "The Emerging Scholarly Consensus on Presidential
Leadership: A New Realism, An Old Idealism," in Robert P. Watson, ed., Contemporary
Presidential Studies: A Reader (New York: Nova History Publications, 2002), pp. 217-231.
AClinton, Class and Economic [email protected] (with J. Frendreis and J. Schaff) in Steven E. Schier, ed.,
The Postmodern Presidency: Bill Clinton=s Legacy in U.S. Politics. Pittsburgh: University of
Pittsburgh Press, 2000), pp. 41-59.
ACultural Individualism, Marginalized Policy, and Abortion in the United States in Hans
Krabbendam and Hans-Martien Ten Napel, eds., Regulating Morality: A Comparison of the
Role of the State in Mastering the Mores in the Netherlands and the United States
(Antwerpen-Apeldoorn, Netherlands: E.M. Meijers Institute of Legal Studies of Leiden
University, 2000), pp. 115-133.
AGeorge Washington: The First Modern President? A Reply to [email protected] (with T. Engeman)
in Mark J. Rozell, William Pederson, and Frank J. Williams, eds., George Washington and
the Origins of the American Presidency (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2000), pp. 37-76.
AThe Constitutionalist Presidency: Conservative Scholarship and Energy in the Executive,@ (with
S. Yenor and T. Cook) in Phillip G. Henderson, ed., The Presidency Then and Now
(Lanham, MD: Roman & Littlefield, 2000), pp. 95-113.
AOpinion Leadership: Elections, Campaigns, Agenda Setting, and [email protected] (with M.
Wattier), in Dennis L. Soden, ed., The Environmental Presidency (Albany, NY: State
University of New York Press, 1999), pp. 147-187.
ALa politica de grupos de interes en America del Norte: el caso del TLC en Mexico, Canada y
Estados [email protected] ["The Politics of Interest Groups in North America: The Case of NAFTA
in Mexico, Canada and the United States" (with P. Sanchez). In Julian Castro Rea, Robert
J.Jackson and Gregory S. Mahler, eds., Los Sistemas Politicos De America Norte En Los
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Noventa: Desafios y Convergencias [The Political Systems of North America in the Nineties:
Challenges and Convergences] (Mexico, D.F.: Universidad Nacional Autonoma De exico,
Centro de Investigaciones sobre America del Norte, 1999), pp. 297-327.
AThe Normative Study of the [email protected] (with S. Yenor and T. Cook) in Ryan J. Barilleaux, ed.,
Presidential Frontiers: Underexplored Issues in White House Politics (Westport, CT: Praeger
Publishers, 1998), pp. 3-21.
AOfficial English as Nativist Backlash,@ in Juan F. Perea, ed., The New Nativism. (New York:
New York University Press, 1997), pp. 78-102.
AThe Abortion Controversy in Canada and the United States,@ Canadian-American Public Policy
(February, 1996), pp. 1-39.
"Abortion Policy in the United States and Canada: Do Institutions Matter?" (with D. Studlar), in
Marianne Githens and Dorothy McBride Stetson, eds., Abortion: Public Policy in Cross
Cultural Perspective (New York: Routledge, 1996), pp. 75-95.
"The Persistence of Ideological Cleavage in Voting on Abortion Legislation in the House of
Representatives, 1973-1988," (with D. Schier) in Malcolm L. Goggin, ed., Understanding the New
Politics of Abortion (Sage Publications, 1993), pp. 109-122.
"The Impact of Subsidized Housing on Property Values," (with E. Warren and R. M. Aduddell),
URBAN INSIGHTS Monograph,Center for Urban Policy, Loyola University of Chicago, (August,
1983).
"Legislative Quality and Legislative Policy-Making: Some Implications for Reform," in LeRoy
N. Rieselbach, ed., Legislative Reform: The Policy Impact (Lexington, MA: Lexington-Heath,
1978), pp. 223-231.
"The Role of the Mississippi Electorate in a Changing Political System," in David M. Landry and
Joseph B. Parker, eds., Mississippi Government and Politics in Transition (Dubuque, IA:
Kendall-Hunt, 1976), pp. 15-34.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Entry on >Theodore R. [email protected] in Ross M. Mullner, ed., Encyclopedia of Health Services
Research (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2009)
Entry on ACouncil of Economic [email protected] in Michael Genovese and Lori Cox Han, eds.,
Encyclopedia of American Government and Civics (New York: Facts on File, 2008).
Entries on AEconomic [email protected] (pp. 151-153), AEconomic [email protected] (pp. 153-154) and ABusiness
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[email protected] (p. 65) in Michael Genovese, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Presidency (New York:
Facts on File, 2004).
AStatus Claims and Cultural Conflicts: The Genesis of Morality [email protected] (with T.A. Smith)
Policy Currents (on-line Newsletter of Public Policy Section of APSA) vol. 10, no. 4 (2001)
pp. 2-8.
"Moral Conflicts and the Policy Process" (with T.A. Smith and M. Bobic), Policy Currents
(Newsletter of Public Policy Section of APSA) 4 (November 1994) pp. 1, 3-6.
"Mandate Elections: Avenues to Presidential Leadership or Power Abuse" (with B. Daynes),
Washington State University, Division of Governmental Studies and Services, Occasional Paper,
1989.
"Mormons and Abortion Politics in the United States," (with B. Daynes), International Review of
History and Political Science 23 (May 1986), 1-13.
"The Impact of Social Background Characteristics on Congressional Voting: The Unanticipated
Effects of Religion Upon Support for Federal Involvement in Society and Economy," (with
B. Daynes), Washington State University, Division of Governmental Studies and Services,
Occasional Paper,(Summer 1981).
"The Nature of Presidential Power in the United States,"(with B. Daynes), International Review
of History and Political Science (November, 1980), pp. 24-56.
"The Chicago Guaranteed Mortgage Program," (with E. Warren), Planning (American Planning
Association Magazine), (May 1980), p. 21.
"A Systems Analysis of Legislative Politics in the American Medical Association's House of
Delegates," The Southern Quarterly (April, 1974), pp. 253-271.
"After Medicare: The Politics of Bureaucratic Adaptation in the American Medical Association,"
International Review of History and Political Science (February, 1974), pp. 1-18.
BOOK REVIEWS
David A. Crockett, Running Against the Grain: How Opposition Presidents Win the White House
(College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2008), FORTHCOMING Presidential Studies
Quarterly (March 2010): 198-200.
Victoria A. Farrar-Myers, Scripted for Change: The Institutionalization of the American Presidency
(College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2007), Presidential Studies Quarterly
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38 (June, 2008): 363-364.
Paul A. Djupe and Laura R. Olson, Religious Interests in Community Conflict (Waco, TX:
Baylor University Press, 2007), Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47 (March 2008):
162-163.
Lawrence J. Grossback, David A.M. Peterson, James A. Stimson, Mandate Politics (New York:
Cambridge University Press, 2006), Political Science Quarterly 122 (Fall 2007): 508-509.
Michael J. Korzi, A Seat of Popular Leadership: The Presidency, Political Parties, and Democratic
Government (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2004), Congress & the Presidency
(Autumn 2007): 89-90.
Elizabeth Anne Oldmixon, Uncompromising Positions: God, Sex, and the U.S. House of
Representatives (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2005), Perspectives on
Poliitcs (2006).
Melissa Haussman, Abortion Politics in North America (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers,
2005), Journal of Politics (2006)
Myra Marx Ferree, William Anthony Gamson, Jurgen Gerhards, and Dieter Rucht, Shaping Abortion
Discourse: Democracy and the Public Sphere in Germany and the United States (UK:
Cambridge University Press, 2002) Perspectives on Politics 1 (December, 2003), p. 809.
Mark J. Rozell, Executive Privilege: Presidential Power, Secrecy, and Accountability, 2nd ed.
(Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2002). White House Studies (2003)
Ronald Schmidt, Sr., Language Policy and Identity Politics in the United States (Philadelphia:
Temple University Press, 2000). Perspectives on Political Science 31 ( Spring 2002), p. 110.
Rosemary Nossiff, Before Roe: Abortion Policy in the States (Philadelphia: Temple University
Press,2001). American Political Science Review 95 (December 2001), p. 1005.
William W. Lammers and Michael A. Genovese, The Presidency and Domestic Policy (Washington,
DC: CQ Press, 2000). Journal of Politics 63 (November 2001), pp. 1315-1317.
Paul Apostolidis, Stations of the Cross: Adorno and Christian Right Radio (Durham, NC: Duke
University Press, 2000). Perspectives on Political Science 30 (Summer 2001): 188-189.
F.L. Morton and Rainer Knopff, The Charter Revolution & The Court Party (Peterborough, Ontario,
Canada: Broadview Press, 2000). Perspectives on Political Science 30 (Winter, 2001): 62.
Angus McLaren and Arlene Tigar McLaren, The Bedroom and the State: The Changing Practices
and Politics of Contraception and Abortion in Canada, 1880-1997, 2nd ed. (Toronto, Oxford
9
University Press, 1997). American Review of Canadian Studies. 30 (Spring 2000), 103-105.
Meena Bose, Shaping and Signaling Presidential Policy: The National Security Decision Making of
Eisenhower and Kennedy (College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 1998). Perspectives on Political
Science 29 (Spring 2000), 43-44.
John W. Sloan, The Reagan Effect: Economics and Presidential Leadership (Lawrence, KS:
University Press of Kansas, 1999). Presidential Studies Quarterly 29 (December 1999), 952-953.
Keith Krehbiel, Pivotal Politics: A Theory of U.S. Lawmaking (Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 1998). Perspectives on Political Science 28 (Summer 1999), 175-176.
Arthur M.Melzer, Jerry Weinberger, and M. Richard Zinman, eds., Multiculturalism and
American Democracy (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1998). American Review
of Politics 19 (Fall/Winter 1998), pp. 291-294.
Review Essay of Alexander L. George and Juliette L. George, Presidential Personality &
Performance (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1998); Thomas E. Cronin and Michael A.
Genovese, The Paradoxes of the American Presidency (New York: Oxford University Press,
1998). Journal of Politics 61 (May 1999), 561-563.
Didi Herman, The Antigay Agenda: Orthodox Vision and the Christian Right. (Chicago: University
of Chicago Press, 1997) Canadian Journal of Political Science 31 (March 1998), 180-181.
H.D. Forbes, Ethnic Conflict: Commerce, Culture, and the Contact Hypothesis (New York: Yale
University Press, 1997). Perspectives on Political Science (Fall 1998), p. 243.
Steven Hart, What Does the Lord Require? How Christians Think About Economic Justice (New
Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1996). Review of Religious Research 39 (March 1998),
273-274.
Review Essay of: Stephen Skowronek, The Politics Presidents Make (Cambridge: Harvard
University Press, 1993); Donald J. Lisio, The President and Protest: Hoover, MacArthur, and the
Bonus Riot (NewYork: Fordham University Press, 1994); Patrick Anderson, Electing Jimmy Carter:
The Campaign of 1976 (Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1994). Southeastern
Political Review (September 1997), 547-551.
Shirley Anne Warshaw, Powersharing: White House-Cabinet Relations in The Modern Presidency
(Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1996). Perspectives on Political Science 25 (Summer 1997),165.
Mark A. Graber, Rethinking Abortion: Equal Choice, the Constitution, and Reproductive
Politics(Princeton, NY: Princeton University Press, 1996). Perspectives on Political Science (Spring
1997), p. 110.
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Marc K. Landy and Martin A. Levin, eds., The New Politics of Public Policy (Baltimore, MD: Johns
Hopkins University Press, 1994). Perspectives on Political Science (Summer 1996), 151-152.
Ted G. Jelen, ed., Perspectives on the Politics of Abortion (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1995). Review of
Religious Research 38 (December 1996), 29.
Louis Fisher, Presidential War Power (Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1995).
Perspectives on Political Science (Winter, 1996), 29.
Paul S. Herrnson, Congressional Elections: Campaigning at Home and in Washington (Washington,
DC: CQ Press, 1995). Social Science Quarterly (December 1995), 930-931.
Paul Haskell Zernicke, Pitching the Presidency: How Presidents Depict the Office (Westport, CT:
Praeger, 1994). Perspectives on Political Science, 24(Fall 1995), 222-223.
Mark J. Rozell, Executive Privilege: The Dilemma of Secrecy and Democratic Accountability
(Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University Press, 1994). XXV Presidential Studies
Quarterly (Summer, 1995), pp. 582-584.
Kenneth J. Meier, The Politics of Sin (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1994), Policy Currents
(Newsletter of the APSA Policy Section), February, 1995.
Review Essay of: Ted G. Jelen and Marthe A. Chandler, eds., Abortion Politics in the United States
and Canada: Studies in Public Opinion (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1994); Marilynne Seguin, A Gentile
Death (Toronto: Key Porter Books Limited, 1994) in American Review of Canadian Studies
(Autumn 1994), pp. 415-418.
Sidney M. Milkis, The President and the Parties (New York:Oxford University Press, 1993),
American Review of Politics 16 (Summer, 1995), 203-206.
Richard A. Watson, Presidential Vetoes and Public Policy (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas,
1993), in American Review of Politics, (Autumn 1994), pp. 430-432.
F.L. Morton, Morgentaler v. Borowski: Abortion, The Charter, and the Courts (Toronto:
McClelland & Stewart, 1992), American Review of Canadian Studies 24 (Spring 1994) 111113.
Janine Brodie, Shelley A.M. Gavigan, and Jane Jenson, The Politics of Abortion (Toronto: Oxford
University Press,1992), American Review of Canadian Studies 23: (Winter 1993), pp. 641-643.
Review Essay. Peter S. Wenz, Abortion Rights as Religious Freedom (Temple University Press,
1992); Vincent J. Samar, The Right to Privacy: Gays, Lesbians, and the Constitution
(Temple University Press, 1991) American Political Science Review, (March 1993), 222-223.
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Harold W. Stanley and Richard Niemi, Vital Statistics of American Politics (CQ Press, 1992)
Midsouth Political Science Journal 13 (Autumn 1992), pp. 394-395.
Robert H. Blank, Regulating Reproduction (Columbia University Press, 1990) American Political
Science Review (December, 1991), 1439-1440.
Keith Hawkins and John M. Thomas, eds., Making Regulatory Policy (University of Pittsburgh
Press, 1989), American Political Science Review, (December 1990), 1388-1389.
William David Pederson, ed., The "Barberian" Presidency: Theoretical and Empirical Readings
(Peter Lang, 1989). Presidential Studies Quarterly (Summer 1990), pp. 621-623.
Fred I. Greenstein, ed., Leadership in the Modern Presidency (Cambridge, MA: Harvard, 1988).
Presidential Studies Quarterly (Fall 1989), pp. 852-856.
"The Elusive Quest for Presidential Success," Journal of Politics (February, 1990), pp. 257-268.
A review essay of Ryan J. Barilleaux, The Post-Modern Presidency: The Office After Ronald
Reagan (Praeger, 1988); Phillip G. Henderson, Managing the Presidency: The Eisenhower Legacy-From Kennedy to Reagan (Westview, 1988); Erwin C. Hargrove, Jimmy Carter as President:
Leadership and the Politics of the Public Good (Louisiana, 1988); Mark J.
Rozell, The Press and the Carter Presidency (Westview, 1989); Charles O. Jones, The
Trusteeship Presidency: Jimmy Carter and the United States Congress (Louisiana, 1988);
Richard Rose, The Postmodern President: The White House Meets the World (Chatham
House, 1988).
"The Policy Legacy of Ronald Reagan," Policy Studies Journal (Spring 1989), pp. 689-694. A
review essay of Charles O.Jones, ed., The Reagan Legacy: Promise and Performance
(Chatham House, 1988); B.B. Kymlicka and Jean V. Matthews,eds., The Reagan Revolution
(Dorsey,1988); J.D. Lees and Michael Turner, Reagan's First Four Years: A New
Beginning? (Manchester University Press, 1988).
Leadership at the Fed, by Donald F. Kettl (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986), Journal of
Politics (February 1988).
Samuel Kernell, Going Public: New Strategies of Presidential Leadership (Washington, DC: CQ
Press, 1986), Journal of Politics (August, 1987).
"A Trilogy on Lyndon B. Johnson's Administrative Presidency," Policy Studies Journal (March
1987). A review essay of James E. Anderson and Jared E. Hazleton, Managing
Macroeconomic Policy: The Johnson Presidency (Texas, 1986); W. Henry Lambright,
Presidential Management of Science and Technology: The Johnson Presidency (Texas,
1985); Emmette S. Redford and Richard T. McCulley, White House Operations: The Johnson
Presidency (Texas, 1986).
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The Reagan Administration and Human Rights, edited by Tinsley E. Yarbrough (New York: Praeger
Publishers, 1985), Presidential Studies Quarterly (Winter 1987), pp. 198-201.
Jeff Fishel, Presidents and Promises: From Campaign Pledge to Presidential Performance
(Washington, DC: CQ Press, 1985) Journal of Politics (February, 1986), pp. 189-191.
Theodore J. Lowi, The Personal President: Power Invested, Promise Unfulfilled (Ithaca and
London, Cornell University Press, 1985), Presidential Studies Quarterly (Summer 1985),
pp. 638-641.
"Policy Elites and the Political Economy," Policy Studies Journal (June 1985), pp. 824-830 (with
R. Aduddell). A review essay of Erwin C. Hargrove and Samuel A. Morley, The President and the
Council of Economic Advisers (Westview,1984); John T. Woolley, Monetary
Politics:The Federal Reserve and The Politics of Monetary Policy (Cambridge, 1984); Barry
N. Siegel, ed., Money In Crisis: The Federal Reserve, The Economy and Monetary Reform
(Pacific Institute for Policy Research, 1984); Susan B. Hansen, The Politics of Taxation:
Revenue Without Representation (Praeger, 1983); Barry P. Bosworth, Tax Incentives and
Economic Growth (Brookings,1984).
"A New Era of Congressional Government," Policy Studies Review (February 1983), pp. 568-57l.
A review essay of Louis Fisher, The Politics of Shared Power (C.Q. Press,1981); Thomas M. Franck,
ed., The Tethered Presidency: Congressional Restraints on Executive Power
(New York University Press, 1981); Hugh Heclo and Lester M. Salamon, eds., The Illusion
of Presidential Government (Westview,1981); Norman Ornstein, ed., President and
Congress: Assessing Reagan's First Year (American Enterprise Institute, 1982).
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Member, Executive Committee, Canadian Politics Section, American Political Science Association,
2008-2009; re-elected 2009-2011.
Member, Awards Committee, “Founder’s Award for Best Paper on the Presidency” presented at the
2008 APSA Annual Meeting, 2009
Member, Editorial Board, Congress & the Presidency, 2007Invited Participant, AReligion, Parties and Agenda-Setting: Dealing with Sexual [email protected] (with
Mildred Schwartz), AReligion, Politics, and Gender Diversity Conference,@ University of
Toronto, January 2007.
Member, The Founders Award Committee for the ABest [email protected] During 2006-2007, Presidency
Research Group, American Political Science Association, 2006-2007
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Invited Participant, AThe History That Presidents Make: The Presidency and the American
[email protected] (high school teachers workshop), Boise State University, June 21-24, 2004.
Member, Advisory Group, Affiliated Group on Canadian Politics, American Political Science
Association, 2003-2004
Member, Career Service Award Committee, Presidency Research Group of American Political
Science Association, 2003-2004
Invited Participant, AThe Study and Business of Canada in the North American Context: Canadian
Studies, Cross-Border Trade, and Academic Collaboration,@ Canadian Consulate General, Chicago,
February 28, 2003
Consulting Editor, Roxbury Publishing Company, Los Angeles, 2001-2007
Director, Ph.D. Dissertation by Jon D. Schaff, AThe Domestic Lincoln: Presidential Leadership,
Realignment and Public Policy,@ 2001
Member, Neustadt Award Committee (to select the best book on the presidency for 2001),
Presidency Research Group (APSA Section on Presidency Research), 2001-2002
Invited Lecturer, AGeorge W=s One Hundred Days: A Preliminary Assessment,@ The Dirksen
Congressional Center, ACongress in the [email protected] Summer Workshop, August, 2001.
Chair, Neustadt Award Committee (to select the best book on the presidency for 2000),
Presidency Research Group (APSA Section on Presidency Research), 2000-2001
Advanced Placement Test Development, Educational Testing Service (ETS), Princeton, NJ.
Wrote questions for Government and Politics Examination, March 2001; March 2000.
Member, Editorial Board, Politics & Policy (formerly Southeastern Political Review), 1997-2003
Member, Governing Council, Presidency Research Group (APSA Section on Presidency Research)
1996-1999, 1999-2002
Member, Committee on Professional Development, Western Political Science Association, 19961997
Invited Lecturer, Social Sciences Faculty, Robert Morris College, ANot Making Hard Choices:
Clinton=s Election Strategy During a Time of Historic Change,@ May 10, 1996, Chicago, IL.
Invited Lecturer, Faculty and Graduate Students, Department of Political Science, West Virginia
University, APolicy Perspectives on the Official English Movement,@ November 13, 1995,
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Morgantown, WVA.
Chairman, Program Committee, Center for the Study of the Presidency, Twenty-Sixth Annual
Leadership Conference, Chicago, IL, Chicago Marriott Downtown, November 17-19, 1995.
Book Award Committee, Policy Studies Organization, 1990
Member, Committee on Membership, Attendance, & Registration, Western Political Science
Association, 1992-93, reappointed 1994-95.
Member, Advisory Board of the Policy Studies Organization-Macmillan Press Book Series, 1990-91.
Chair, Evaluation Team, Review of Graduate Programs in Political Science and Public
Administration at Temple University, March 25-28, 1990.
Manuscript Referee--Journals: American Political Science Review; American Journal of Political
Science; American Politics Quarterly; Journal of Politics; Journal of Policy History; Journal
of Sociolinguistics; Policy Studies Journal; Policy Studies Review; Polity; Social Science
Quarterly; Women & Politics; Political Research Quarterly; Review of Politics, Legislative
Studies Quarterly, Southeastern Political Review; Congress & the Presidency; Presidential Studies
Quarterly; Politics & the Life Sciences; City & Community; Politics & Religion
Manuscript Referee--Presses: Ohio State University Press; Prentice-Hall; Brooks-Cole
(Wadsworth); Westview Press; University of Michigan Press; Wm. C. Brown Publishers;
University Press of Kansas; Allyn & Bacon Publishers; Texas A&M Press, Oxford University
Press, Sage Publications, St. Martin=s Press, Chatham House Publishers, Canadian-American
Public Policy (monograph series); Wadsworth Publishing Company; Peacock Publishers;
Alliance Press; McGraw-Hill; Routledge; Broadview Press (Canada); CQ Press; Lynne
Rienner Publishers; Atomic Dog Publishing; McGraw-Hill Publishers; Broadview Press;
Roxbury Publishing Company; Palgrave-Macmillan; Stanford University Press; Oxford University
Press;
Tenure/Promotion/Grant Evaluations: In recent years I was asked by departments or other agencies at
these institutions to evaluate tenure/promotion cases or grant proposals: Furman University,
Clemson University, Old Dominion University, Colgate University, West Virginia University,
Virginia Tech, University of New Mexico, Gettysburg College, University of New Orleans; City
University of New York; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs; Kalamazoo College;
University of Texas-Arlington; University of California-Berkeley; University of NevadaBReno;
University of Kansas; Loyola University Chicago; University of New Hampshire; Florida Atlantic
University; University of North Texas; University of Texas-Arlington; University of Texas—El
Paso;
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
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“Fiscal Frugality: The Heart of Canadian Conservatism.” Paper to be presented at the Annual
Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association, May-June, 2010, Montreal, Canada.
“Presidents, Parties, and Prosperity: The Political Economy of Public Opinion” (with Daniel Ponder
and Dane Wendell), paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science
Association, Toronto, Canada, August 2009.
Chair, Panel on “Judicial Mobilisation and Court Impact: Canada and Europe Compared,” Canadian
Political Science Association, May 28, 2009, Ottawa, Canada.
Chair and Discussant, Panel on “Constructing ‘Man, Women, Child and Elder through Politics and
Policy,” Canadian Political Science Association, May 28, 2009, Ottawa, Canada.
Chair, Panel on “Electoral Dynamics,” Canadian Political Science Association, May 27, 2009,
Ottawa, Canada.
“The Religious Factor in Explaining Alcoholic Beverage Control in U.S. Counties” (with John
Frendreis), Paper presented at the Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago,
April 2009
“Religion and the Demography of “Dry” Counties in the United States” (with John Frendreis), Paper
presented at the Annual Meeting, Western Political Science Association, Vancouver, British
Columbia, Canada, March 2009.
Chair, Panel on “The Enduring Impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms,” Annual Meeting, Ca
Canadian Political Science Association, June 4-6, 2008, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Chair and Discussant, ARegulating Sin: Smoking, Drinking and Driving,@ Midwest Political Science
Association, Annual Meeting, April 2006
AGods, Generals, and the Confederate Flag: Symbolic Politics in the 2000 Race for the Republican
[email protected] (with M. Wattier) The Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, March 2004.
Chair, Panel on AFederalism and Public Policy,@ Biennial Meeting, Association for Canadian
Studies in the United States, November 19-23, 2003, Portland, OR.
ACultures at War: Moral Conflicts in Western Democracies,@ Biennial Meeting, Association for
Canadian Studies in the United States, November 19-23, 2003, Portland, OR.
Convenor, Panel on ADemocracy and Governance,@ Annual Meeting, Political Studies Association,
April, 2003, Leicester, United Kingdom
ACollective Responsibility and Policy Unaccountability: Morality Policy in the United Kingdom,
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Canada, France, and Germany,@ Annual Meeting, Political Science Association, April 2003,
Leicester, United Kingdom
Chair and Discussant, Panel on AThe Politics of Tobacco Policy,@ Annual Meeting, Midwest
Political Science Association, April, 2003, Chicago, IL.
AMorality Policy and Political Unaccountability: Capital Punishment, Abortion, and Gay Rights in
Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Germany,@ Annual Meeting, Canadian Political
Science Association, May-June, 2003, Halifax, Nova Scotia
AJudicial Activism vs. Judicial Restraint: The Role of the Courts in Official Language Politics
in Canada and the United [email protected] (with Michael MacMillan), Paper delivered to
the Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association, Toronto, June 2002.
Discussant, AThe Politics of Morality Policy and Social Regulation,@ Annual Meeting, Midwest
Political Science Association, Chicago, April 25-28, 2002
AThe Emerging Consensus on Presidential Leadership: A New Realism, An Old [email protected] (with T.
Engeman), Paper to be delivered to the Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association,
August-September, 2001, San Francisco.
ALanguage Policy in Canada and the United [email protected] (with M. MacMillan, Mount Saint Vincent
University, Halifax), Paper delivered to the Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science
Association, May 27-29, 2001, Quebec City.
AEnding Neustadt=s Orthodoxy: Toward a Revival of Corwin=s [email protected] (with T.
Engeman), Paper delivered to the Annual Meeting, Western Political Science Association, March 1517, 2000, Las Vegas, NV.
Discussant, Panel on AMorality Policy: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Marriage,@ Annual Meeting, Western
Political Science Association, March 15-17, 2000, Las Vegas, NV.
Discussant, Round-Table on ALanguage Policy in Canada and the United States,@ Annual Meeting,
Atlantic Provinces Political Studies Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 20-22, 2000.
AProvincial Policies on Abortion Since [email protected] (with M. Haussman), Annual Meeting,
Canadian Political Science Association, July 29-Aug. 1, 2000, Quebec City, Canada.
AAbortion, Bureaucracy, and Public Policy: Comparing the United States and [email protected] (with D.
Jesuit and B. Daynes), Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association, July 29-August 1,
2000, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
Chair and Discussant, Panel on AProvincial Public Policy in Comparative Perspective,@ Annual
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Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association, July 29-August 1, 2000, Quebec City, Canada.
Chair and Discussant, Panel on AMorality Policy: Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Impact,@ Annual
Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, April 27-30, 2000, Chicago.
Discussant, Panel on ATheoretical Perspectives on Morality Policy,@ Annual Meeting, Midwest
Political Science Association, April 27-30, 2000, Chicago.
AJudicial Activism and Symbolic Pain: Abortion in Canada and the United States,@ Annual Meeting,
Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, November 1999, Pittsburgh, PA.
Invited Lecturer, AAbortion in the USA,@ Conference on ARegulating Morality: A Comparison of
the Role of the State in Mastering the Mores in the Netherlands and the United States,@ Roosevelt
Study Center, Middelburg, Netherlands, and the University of Leiden, September 23-24, 1999.
Invited Participant, AGeorge Washington--The First Modern President? Strong But Limited
Government versus the Modern Leviathan: A Reply to [email protected] (with T. Engeman), Washington
Legacy Conference, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, June 11-13, 1999, Mt. Vernon, VA.
Discussant, Roundtable on AThe Christian Right, Impeachment, and the Elections of 1998 and 2000:
Looking Both Ways,@ Annual Meeting, Association for the Sociology of Religion, August
5-7, 1999, Chicago.
AThe Constitutionalist Presidency: Conservative Scholarship and Energy in the [email protected] (with T.
Cook and S. Yenor). Annual Meeting, Western Political Science Association, March 25-27, 1999,
Seattle.
Discussant, Panel on AMorality Policy,@ Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association,
April 1999, Chicago.
APredicting Legislative Output in the First >100 Days=: A Longitudinal Analysis, 1896-1996" (with
J. Frendreis and J. Schaff). Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association,
September 1998, Boston.
--Winner of the AFounder=s Award for the Best Paper on the Presidency Presented at
the 1998 Meeting of the American Political Science [email protected] by the Presidency
Research Group, 1999
--Nominated for the Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha Award for the best
Convention paper at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Political
Science Association.
A>Friends and Neighbors= Voting Revisited: Comparing Localism and SES Cleavages as Predictors
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of Voting in Gubernatorial Elections in the South, 1968-1988" (with R.A. Strickland and B. Cassie),
Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, March, 1998, Charleston, SC.
AThe First >100 Days,= 1896-1996: Fact or Fiction in Lawmaking (with J. Frendreis), Annual
Meeting, Southwestern Political Science Association, March 18-21, 1998, Corpus Christi,
Texas.
ANormative Politics v. Constitutional Principles: How Presidential Scholars Have Viewed the
[email protected] (with S. Yenor and T. Cook), Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science
Association, April 23-25, 1998, Chicago.
Discussant, Panel on AThe Politics of Sin,@ Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association,
April 23-25, 1998, Chicago.
AIdeological Components of Judicial Reasoning: Scaling Supreme Court Opinions in Abortion
[email protected] (with J. Rossotti), Annual Meeting, Southern Political Science Association, November 5-7,
1997, Norfolk, VA.
AOpinion-Party Leadership: Elections, Campaigns, Agenda-Setting and Environmentalism,@ Annual
Meeting, American Political Science Association, August 29-31, 1997, Washington, DC.
AChurch-State Separation and Church Lobbying on Abortion: Comparing the United States and
[email protected] (with B. Daynes), Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association, June
8-10, 1997, St. John=s, Newfoundland, Canada.
AIndifference, Uncertainty, and Turnout: Sources of Prediction Errors in the Verba-Nie Standard
Model, 1952-1992,@ Annual Meeting, Western Political Science Association, March 13-15, 1997,
Tucson, AZ.
AScaling Amicus Briefs as an Ideological Measure of Judicial Activism on Abortion: An Analysis of
Webster v. Reproductive Health Services (with J. Rossotti and L. Natelson), Annual Meeting,
Western Political Science Association, March 13-15, 1997, Tucson, AZ.
AReconceptualizing Church-State Separation in an Era of Politicized [email protected] (with B. Daynes),
Annual Meeting, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, November 8-10, 1996,
Nashville, TN.
AThe Use (and Abuse) of Macroeconomic Indicators by Presidential Administrations: A
Longitudinal Analysis, 1946-1995" (with J. Frendreis), Annual Meeting, American Political Science
Association, August 29-September 1, 1996, San Francisco.
Panelist, AConsiderations on Fiscal and Trade Policies,@ Center for the Study of the Presidency,
Twenty-Sixth Annual Leadership Conference, Chicago, IL, Chicago Marriott Downtown, November
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17-19, 1995.
APro-Choice Justices Write Pro-Choice Opinions: An Analysis of Policy Argumentation in Webster
v. Reproductive Health Services (with J. Rossotti and L. Natelson), Annual Meeting,
Southern Political Science Association, November 1-4, 1995, Tampa, FL.
AMarginality, Coattails Effect, and Electoral Turnover: Looking at Congressional Districts Across
Five [email protected] (with B. Daynes and G. Sussman), Annual Meeting, Southern Political
Science Association, November 1-4, 1995, Tampa, FL.
"Churches and Abortion in the United States and Canada: Patterns of Rhetoric and Mobilization"
(with B. Daynes), Annual Meeting, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, October 2729, 1995, St. Louis, MO.
"Interest Groups in Mexico, Canada and the United States"(with P. Sanchez), International Seminar
on "The Political Systems in the New North America: Nature, Conflicts and Convergences" at the
Centre for Research on North America (CISAN) at the National Autonomous University of Mexico
(UNAM)on May 17-19, 1995, Mexico City, Mexico.
"Moral Conflict, Post-Materialism, and the Mobilization of Interests: Abortion Politics in Canada
and the United States" (with B. Daynes), Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science
Association, June 4-6, 1995 Montreal, Canada.
"Who Supports English-Only Language Laws?: Evidence from the 1991 and 1992 National Election
Studies," Annual Meeting, Western Political Science Association, March 16-18, 1995,
Portland, OR.
"Polarized Interests, Political Arguments, and the Formation of Social Policy: A Content Analysis of
the Amicus Briefs in Webster v. Reproductive Health Services (with J. Rossotti and L. Natelson),
Annual Meeting, Western Political Science Association, March 16-18, 1995,
Portland,OR.
Discussant, Roundtable on "The Environmental Presidency," at the Annual Meeting, Western
Political Science Association, March 16-18, 1995, Portland, OR.
"A Longitudinal Analysis of 'Friends and Neighbors' Voting and Socioeconomic Variables on the
U.S. Senate and Gubernatorial Elections in the Emergent Two-Party South, 1968-1988" (with
R.A. Strickland and B. Cassie), Annual Meeting, Southern Political Science Association,
November, 1994, Atlanta, GA.
"Presidential Elections and Abortion, 1972-1992: Evaluating the Single-Issue Voting Thesis" Annual
Meeting, Western Political Science Association, Albuquerque, NM, March 10-12,
1994 (with B. Daynes and M. Wattier).
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"Is the South the Cause of Congressional Gridlock?: The 'Two Majorities' Revisited" (with J.
Murley) Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, Charleston, SC, March 3-4, 1994.
"Pre-Roe State Abortion Laws, Abortion Providers, and Abortion Rates in the States Today" (with P.
Pauly) Annual Meeting, Illinois Political Science Association, Bloomington, IL,
November 13, 1993.
"Gridlock Government and Policy Deadlock: The 'Two Majorities' Revisited" (with J. Murley)
Annual Meeting, Southern Political Science Association, Savannah, GA, November 4-6,
1993.
"Locating Abortion Clinics: Aggregate Data and Case Study Approaches to the Implementation
Process" (with G. Halva-Neubauer and B. Daynes) Annual Meeting, American Political Science
Association, September 2-5, 1993, Washington, DC.
"Patterns of Abortion Voting in the Canadian House of Commons" (with D. Studlar and M.
Overby), Annual Meeting, Canadian Political Science Association, June 6-8, 1993, Ottawa, Canada.
"Enacting 'English-Only' Official Language Laws: A Multivariate Analysis of Fourteen State
Legislatures" (with J. Frendreis), Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association,
April 15-17, 1993, Chicago.
"Senate Voting on Abortion Legislation, 1973-1988" (with M. Wattier), Annual Meeting, Midwest
Political Science Association, April 15-17, 1993, Chicago.
"Federalism and the Delivery of Abortion Services: Comparing the U.S. and Canada," Annual
Meeting, Western Political Science Association, March 17-20, 1993, Pasadena, CA.
"Senate Voting on Abortion Legislation Over Two Decades: A Cross-Sectional Analysis" (with M.
Wattier), Annual Meeting, Western Political Science Association, March 17-20, 1993, Pasadena,
CA.
"Judicial Activism, Legalized Abortion, and Policy Outcomes: Comparing the U.S. and Canadian
Experiences," Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, August
29-September 1, 1992.
"Southern Nativism and Support for the Official "English-Only" Language Movement," Citadel
Symposium on Southern Politics, March 5-6, 1992
"Referendum Voting on Official "English-Only" Language Laws in Five States," Annual Meeting,
Southwestern Political Science Association, Austin, TX, March 16-18, 1992
"Pre-1973 State Abortion Laws and Hospital Abortion Services Today: Political Culture as the
Causal Link to Compliance with Roe v. Wade (with D. Schier), Annual Meeting, Southern
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Political Science Association, Tampa, FL, November 7-9, 1991.
Chair, Panel on "Race, Gender and Ethnicity in Comparative Perspective," Annual Meeting,
American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, August 29-September 1, 1991.
"English-Only Official Language Laws in Ten States: Is the Backlash Racist, Ethnic, or
Cultural?,"Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association, Washington, DC, August 29September 1, 1991.
"Polarized Politics: The Presidency and Abortion," Annual Meeting, Western Political Science
Association, Seattle, WA, March 21-23, 1991 (with B. Daynes)
Discussant, Round Table: "Law and Social Change," Annual Meeting, Western Political Science
Association, Seattle, WA, March 21-23, 1990.
"Delivery of Abortion Services: Turnock v. Ragsdale and State Regulation of Clinic Facilities,"
Symposium on Public Policies Toward Unwanted Pregnancies, University of Pittsburgh, PA,
November 28-December 1, 1990 (with S. Mezey)
Chair, Panel on "Political Culture and the Eisenhower Presidency," Dwight D. Eisenhower
Symposium, Gettysburg College, October 11, 1990
Discussant, Panel on "The Politics of Abortion," Annual Meeting, American Political Science
Association, San Francisco, August 30-September 2, 1990.
"English Language Statutes in Six Midwestern States: A Comparative Analysis," Annual
Meeting,Western Political Science Assocation, Newport Beach, CA, March 22-24, 1990.
Discussant, "Leadership and Personality in the Modern Presidency," Center for the Study of the
Presidency, Twenty-First Annual Student Symposium, March 17-19, 1990, Hyatt Regency,
Washington, D.C.
--Televised on C-Span Cable Network, November 22, 1990.
Chair, Panel on "Interest Groups and the Politics of Litigation," Annual Meeting, Midwest Political
Science Association, April 13-15, 1989, Chicago, IL.
Convener, Special Focus Session--"The Career Executive and The Political Executive: The Job,
Loyalty, and the Public Interest," a debate among Dr. Ralph C. Bledsoe, Special Assistant
to the President and Executive Secretary of the Domestic Policy Council, Mr. David O.
Cooke, Director of Administration and Management, Office of the Secretary of Defense, and
Ms. Sandra J. Hale, Commissioner of Administration, State of Minnesota. 50th Annual
Meeting, American Society for Public Administration National Conference, April 8-12, 1989,
Miami.
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Panel Discussant, "Presidential Leadership, Personality, and Power," Center for the Study of the
Presidency, Twentieth Annual Student Symposium, March 17-19, 1989, Washington, D.C.
Discussant, "Economic Policies, the Budget and Taxation," Center for the Study of the Presidency,
Nineteenth Annual Leadership Conference, November 11-13, 1988, Boston, Mass.
Discussant, "Separation of Powers, 1788-1988," Center for the Study of the Presidency, Nineteenth
Annual Student Symposium, March 25-27, 1988, Washington, D.C.
Presentations, Taft Institute Seminar, Loyola University Chicago, "The Two-Party System in the
United States: Its Functions and Responsibilities in a Presidential System," 7/5/94; 7/6/93;
7/6/92; 7/9/91; 7/16/90; 7/10/89; 7/5/88; 7/6/87; 7/7/86; 7/8/85; 7/9/84; 7/11/83; 7/6/82,
"The House of Representatives and Abortion: Changing Patterns of Support Since the Roe
Decision" (with B. Bardes), Annual Meeting, Southwestern Political Science Association, March
17-20, 1982, San Antonio, TX.
SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES
“Morality Policy on the Rocks: 100 Miles of Dry, the Persistence of Prohibition in the United
States” (with J. Frendreis), paper presented to Masters in Urban Affairs and Public Policy Program,
Loyola University Chicago, April 5, 2010.
AWARDS--GRANTS--CONSULTING
Loyola University Summer Stipend, 2008 ($6000), Awarded December 6, 2007.
Small Research Grant ($300), Loyola University Chicago, 2005 (to pay consultants to transfer data
from [email protected] to diskettes and upgrade software to Windows Word)
Book Subventions from Loyola University Chicago: Nativism Reborn? The Official English
Language Movement and the American States (1994: $2000); The Presidency and Political Science:
Two Hundred Years of Intellectual Debate (2002: $2000).
Canadian Studies Faculty Research Grant Program ($10,000) 2000-2001 (Canadian Abortion Policy
since Morgentaler: A Question of Provincial Compliance), with co-grantee Melissa
Haussman, Suffolk University, Boston.
Loyola University Summer Stipend, 2000 ($6000), Awarded December 2, 1999.
Founder=s Award for the Best Paper on the Presidency Presented at the 1998 Meeting of the
American Political Science Association: APredicting Legislative Output in the First >100
Days=: A Longitudinal Analysis, 1896-1996" (with J. Frendreis and J. Schaff). By the
Presidency Research Group (Presidency Research Section), American Political Science
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Association, Annual Meeting, 1999, Atlanta.
Member, Canadian Studies Grants Review Panel, Canadian Embassy, December 10, 1999,
Washington, DC.
Grant Reviewer, Political Science Program, National Science Foundation, February 2003,
March 1999.
Reviewer, M.A. Thesis, for Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools Distinguished Thesis
Award, February 2003
Reader, Advanced Placement Exam in Government & Politics, Educational Testing Service:
Colorado State University, 2003; University of Nebraska, June 2000 and 1999; University of
Maryland, June 1998; University of Maryland, June 1995; Clemson University, June 1994.
Grant Reviewer, Political Science Program, National Science Foundation, March 1999.
The Dirksen Center Congressional Research Grant ($2400), 1998 (study of role of presidential and
congressional factors in legislative output during the A100 [email protected] of 1896-1996).
Small Research Grant ($2000), Loyola University Chicago, 1998 (travel to National Archives to
research subcommittee system in House of Representatives prior to 1947 for analysis of A100
[email protected] legislative output of 1896-1996).
Canadian Studies Faculty Enrichment Grant ($3000) 1996-1997 (to develop a course on
ACanadian [email protected] for the political science curriculum at Loyola University Chicago).
Assessor, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Grant Proposal by S.L.
Sutherland on AMinisterial Responsibility and Democratic Control in Three Parliamentary
Designs: Canada, Britain and France,@ February 1998.
External Examiner, Ph.D. Thesis of Ms. Ann Penner: AAn Examination of Rule Change: The
Evolution of Trade Remedy Laws in North America,@ December 1997, Carleton University,
Ottawa, Canada.
Academic Leave (with pay), Loyola University Chicago, Fall 2008; Fall, 2000; Fall 1995; Fall 1989;
Fall 1986; Fall 1983.
Grant Reviewer, Department of Education, Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership Development Act,
Part D, Title X, Higher Education Amendments of 1992, July 25-29, 1994.
Grant Reviewer, Department of Education, Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership Development Act,
Part D, Title X, Higher Education Amendments of 1992, August 9-13, 1993.
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Small Research Grant ($1200), Loyola University Chicago, 1995(research in Ottawa on Canadian
abortion policy and politics)
Small Research Grant ($1200), Loyola University of Chicago, 1992 (multivariate analysis of the
legislative process in enacting official English language laws in 14 states)
Canadian Studies Faculty Research Grant Program ($4500)1991-1992 (comparative analysis of
abortion politics and policy in Canada and the United States).
Small Research Grant ($1200), Loyola University of Chicago, 1991 (travel to California and Arizona
to research legislative histories of English-Only language statutes)
Small Research Grant ($930), Loyola University of Chicago, 1990 (travel to North Carolina and
South Carolina to research legislative histories of English-Only language statutes)
Grant Reviewer, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1989
Small Research Grant ($1000), Loyola University of Chicago, 1989 (analysis of congressional voting
on abortion, 1973-88)
Consultant to City of Chicago Department of Housing, Cook County Department of Planning and
Community Development, and Illinois Housing Development Authority, 1982-1983, "The
Impact of Subsidized Housing on Property Values: A Two-Pronged Analysis of Chicago and
Cook County Suburbs." Was co-researcher on grant; study published by the Center for Urban
Policy, Loyola University of Chicago.
Consultant to DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference, Inc. Summer, 1979, "Waste Paper
Element of Energy Grant." Was co-researcher on grant to study feasibility of cooperative
efforts by DuPage County municipalities to recycle office paper for energy-saving purposes.
Excellence in Teaching Award, College of Liberal Arts,University of Southern Mississippi,
1972-1973.
Consistently ranked above department average on student course evaluations at Loyola University
Chicago (AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST).
MEMBERSHIPS
American Political Science Association
APSA Organized Section on Presidency Research
APSA Organized Section on Public Policy Studies
APSA Organized Section on Politics and History
Association for Canadian Studies in the United States
Canadian Political Science Association
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Center for the Study of the Presidency
Midwest Political Science Association
Political Studies Association (U.K.)
Southern Political Science Association
Southwestern Political Science Association
Western Political Science Association
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO: Director, Center for Urban Policy (CUP), 1980-1988.
The Center was created [replacing the Center for Research in Urban Government) to
encourage researchers at Loyola and other colleges in metropolitan Chicago and individuals
affiliated with community organizations to study public policies which affected the social,
economic, and political development of this urban area. A monograph series, Urban Insights,
was established as the Center's major publication, and to referee manuscripts I organized an
Editorial Board composed of Loyola and non-Loyola academics from economics, sociology,
geography and political science. I solicited manuscripts, acted as editor and publisher, and
targeted advertising to key markets. The Director was a full-time faculty member of Political
Science while supervising the operations of CUP. The Center received a small budget from
Loyola University to subsidize the three-month summer salary for the Director and the yearly
salary for a one-half time secretary. The amount earmarked for publications was augmented
by revenues derived from sale of CUP monographs. CUP published 17 monographs in its
Urban Insights Series in addition to four symposia, two books, and one Festschrift. Over
3,000 publications were sold to libraries, federal and state government agencies, community groups,
and interested persons.
Elected to Faculty Council as Representative of Social Sciences (the university-wide faculty advisory
assembly): 2001-2002; 1999-2000, 1996-1998, 1994-1995, 1991-1992, 1980-1986
--chair, Committee on Administrative Policies and Resources of Faculty Council, 1999-2000
--member, Ad Hoc Governance Committee of Faculty Council, 1999-2000
--chair, Elections Committee of Faculty Council, 1998-1999
--elected to Executive Committee of Faculty Council, 1982-1983
--member, Committee on Faculty Status of Faculty Council, 1980-1987
Appointed by the President as one of two Loyola University members on the Board of Directors of
the Institute of Urban Life, 1982-1988.
Member, Departmental Graduate Program Committee, 1982-1990; 1998-2000; 2005-2008
Member, Departmental Committee on Special Activities, 1990-1996, 1980-1981
Appointed by President as Faculty Council Representative to the University-wide Communications
Committee, 1983-1985
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CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY: Chair, Department of Economics and Political Science.
In this capacity I supervised the equivalent of nine full-time faculty; monitored budgetary
expenditures; made personnel recommendations for appointment, retention, tenure, salary
and promotion; and managed the day-to-day operations of the Department. I developed
proposals for the Political Science major, an option in Public Administration, and a Legal
Assistant Program. I acted as academic advisor for the Board of Governors and the University
Without Walls Degree Programs, both experimental education options, and also formulated an
eight-course sequence in public administration for the Federal Careers College, a continuing
education program administered by the Department of HEW, Region V, Chicago, Illinois.
OTHER CIVIC ACTIVITIES
Invited Lecture, Social Science Students, Robert Morris College, ALessons From the Past: Voting
Research and the 1996 Election,@ September 4, 1996, Chicago.
Invited Lecture, AClinton=s Electoral Strategy in an Era of Political Realignment,@ The Discussion
Group, Briarwood Country Club, Deerfield, IL, July 7, 1995.
July Fourth Parade Chairman, 1982, City of Evanston, Ill.; sponsored by non-profit Evanston Fourth
of July Association.
Appeared on "Straight Talk" a discussion and call-in program on WFYR-FM radio on March 25,
1979. Participated in discussion of Chicago mayoral election campaign with press representatives
from the Wallace Johnson (Republican) and Jane Byrne (Democratic) campaign organizations.
Addressed Evanston, Illinois Junior League on the "Illinois General Assembly," July 9, 1975.
Taught part-time at Jackson, Mississippi Police Academy, 1974, (public administration) and at
Federal Careers College, Department of HEW, Chicago (public administraton), 1976-1978.
REFERENCES
Theodore J. Lowi, John L. Senior Professor of American Institutions, Cornell University (chaired
my Dissertation Committee)
Donley T. Studlar, Eberly Distinguished Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University
Robert L. Jackson, Fletcher Jones Professor of Government, University of Redlands (formerly of
Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)
Nicholas P. Lovrich, Jr., Claudius and Mary Johnson Distinguished Professor of Political Science,
Washington State University
Ted G. Jelen, Chairman, Department of Political Science, University of Nevada at Las Vegas
Byron W. Daynes, Professor of Political Science, Brigham Young University
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OFFICE ADDRESS
Department of Political Science
Loyola University of Chicago
Lake Shore Campus-Damen Hall 954
1032 West Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL 60660
(773) 508-8516 (office/messages)
(773) 508-3131 (office FAX)
[email protected]
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