President Bill Clinton a talk show host? Not surprising says politics professor!
John M. Orman, Ph.D., professor of politics at Fairfield University, says he is not surprised that Bill Clinton is considering hosting a talk show on NBC: "It's the culmination of what has been happening in American Politics."
Dr. Orman and Dr. Darrell West, professor of political science at Brown University, are the co-authors of a book on "Celebrity Politics" due out in August and published by Prentice Hall. The book, Dr. Orman said, "shows how the political system has been taken over by pop culture entertainment values and presents the President as celebrity." An expert on the U.S. Presidency, Dr. Orman says Bill Clinton is the best example of this.
Dr. Orman's other books include:
Comparing Presidential Behavior
Presidential Secrecy and Deception
A graduate of Indiana State University, he holds a master's degree from Ball State University and a Ph.D. from Indiana University.
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Posted on May 13, 2002
Vol. 34, No. 224