Professor Michael Fauntroy Discusses the Presidential Election
When attempting to understand the 2012 presidential election, you might want to head out and listen to those who do this sort of thing for a living. Far too much analysis on major networks is done by people who don’t have backgrounds in the areas that they are discussing. Not that the analysis on the air is always garbage, but we must remember that much network analysis is done for the sake of entertainment, rather than the goal of being informative.
Michael Fauntroy is Michael K. Fauntroy is an associate professor of public policy at George Mason University, where he teaches courses in urban policy, civil rights policy, and American government. Prior to joining the faculty at GMU, he was an analyst in American national government at the Congressional Research Service (CRS). At CRS, he provided research and consultations for members and committees of Congress. From 1993 to 1996, he was a civil rights analyst at the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, where he conducted research on major civil rights issues.
To see Professor Fauntroy’s analysis on the 2012 presidential election, you can visit this link.
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