Brian Frederick

Brian Frederick is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of Political Science at Bridgewater State University. He specializes in American politics. He teaches classes in campaigns and elections, public opinion, political parties and interest groups, women and politics, undergraduate research methods and data analysis for public administration. His research focuses on the US Congress, women and politics, and campaigns and elections. Frederick is the author of “Congressional Representation and Constituents: The Case for Increasing the House of Representatives.” He holds a PhD from Northern Illinois University.

Clinton Presidency Could Shatter America’s Highest Glass Ceiling, But...

A Hillary Clinton presidency would still have to contend with continuing sexism against women in public life. She did it. On April 12, former US Secretary of State — and former First Lady — Hillary Clinton put months of speculation to an end and announced she is seeking the Democratic Party’s nomination for the presidency. Now, political observers can begin to speculate what this... Continue Reading

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