Ten questions/answers about Glen Browder and the future of American democracy
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Glen Browder is Eminent Scholar in American Democracy at Jacksonville State University (in Alabama) and Distinguished Visiting Professor of National Security Affairs at Naval Postgraduate School (in California). Dr. Browder has bridged the gap between classroom civics and real-world government during a diverse career as public official, political activist, and professional educator. His extensive public service (as United States Congressman, Alabama Secretary of State, and Alabama State Legislator), political experience (as party official and campaign consultant), and academic background (as political science professor) have focused on political reform and adjustment to a changing world. In The Future of American Democracy: A Former Congressman’s Unconventional Analysis (University Press of America, 2002), Browder questions America’s democratic destiny and encourages national dialogue about the uncertain future of our “Great Experiment”.
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