Prof. McAdams teaches American Politics, Public Opinion, and Voter Behavior. He has previously taught at Harvard University. Research interests include Congressional elections, social class and politics, the New Class, and the death penalty. Publications include articles in various journals including American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, Sociological Quarterly, and Law and Contemporary Problems as well as a new book, JFK Assassination Logic: How to Think about Claims of Conspiracy (Potomac Books, 2011).
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1981
- POSC 2201 American Politics | Syllabus
- POSC 4191 The Logic of Social Inquiry: The Kennedy Assassination | Syllabus
- POSC 4213 Elections, Parties, and Political Opinion | Syllabus
- POSC 4216 American Public Policy | Syllabus
- POSC 6201 American Politics