White House Correspondent for The New York Times, Peter Baker, Interviews Cambria Press Author Secretary Ray LaHood About His New Book, “Seeking Bipartisanship”

Read the article by Peter Baker, White House Correspondent for The New York Times, in which he interviews Cambria Press author Secretary Ray LaHood about his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship, which he coauthored with Dr. Frank H. Mackaman who heads The Dirksen Congressional Center. Learn more about Seeking Bipartisanship. ISBN: 9781604979053 ¬∑ 360pp. (includes photos)… Continue reading White House Correspondent for The New York Times, Peter Baker, Interviews Cambria Press Author Secretary Ray LaHood About His New Book, “Seeking Bipartisanship”

Ray LaHood to be Interviewed by PBS NewsHour Anchor Judy Woodruff about his book “Seeking Bipartisanship”

Ray LaHood, former Secretary of Transportation and the only elected Republican to serve in President Obama's Cabinet, will be interviewed on October 26 by PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff at WTVP about his new book Seeking Bipartisanship which he coauthored with Dr. Frank Mackaman who heads The Dirksen Congressional Center. The interview will take place… Continue reading Ray LaHood to be Interviewed by PBS NewsHour Anchor Judy Woodruff about his book “Seeking Bipartisanship”

Seeking Bipartisanship by Secretary Ray LaHood Makes Front-Page News

Ray LaHood Seeking Bipartisanship Cambria Press publication book author review

Seeking Bipartisanship, the new book by Secretary Ray LaHood with Frank H. Mackaman of the Dirksen Congressional Center, made front-page news this weekend. An online article is also available. It notes that like Secretary LaHood, the atypical politician: The writing for the book also followed an atypical pattern. LaHood and Mackaman started in mid-2007, in… Continue reading Seeking Bipartisanship by Secretary Ray LaHood Makes Front-Page News

Outstanding Turnout for Secretary Ray LaHood’s Book Talk on Seeking Bipartisanship at Bradley University

Ray LaHood Seeking Bipartisanship Cambria Press publication book author review

Cambria Press Book Talk by Author Secretary Ray LaHood Close to 300 people turned up for Secretary Ray LaHood's talk on his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship, at Bradley University yesterday. The book, which was written with Dr. Frank H. Mackaman who heads the Dirksen Congressional Center, is an unprecedented book detailing Secretary LaHood's efforts to… Continue reading Outstanding Turnout for Secretary Ray LaHood’s Book Talk on Seeking Bipartisanship at Bradley University

#APSA2015 Meet Tom Cronin & Michael Genovese @CambriaPress Booth TODAY

#APSA2015 Cambria Press Booth (705) at 10 a.m. on Friday: Meet Thomas Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership Meet Thomas E. Cronin, Michael Genovese, and the authors behind The Quest for Leadership today at 10 a.m. at the Cambria Press booth (705) in the #APSA2015 book exhibit hall. You might… Continue reading #APSA2015 Meet Tom Cronin & Michael Genovese @CambriaPress Booth TODAY

Sean Kelly, Coeditor of the Cambria PIPPA Series, Appointed to National Advisory Council

Cambria Press congratulates award-winning author and PIPPA (Politics, Institutions, and Public Administration) series coeditor, Sean Kelly, on his prestigious appointment to a national advisory council to further understanding on how Congress works. Not only is Dr. Kelly extremely qualified for the position given his impressive, award-winning research, but he is also an exceptionally dedicated political… Continue reading Sean Kelly, Coeditor of the Cambria PIPPA Series, Appointed to National Advisory Council

Political-Science Research Matters!

The 2013 APSA annual meeting went well for¬†Cambria Press--in particular, it was rewarding that not only did many political scientists appreciate the message of support Cambria Press has for political-science research (e.g., Cambria Press complimentary tote bags bearing the message in response to the NSF funding cuts), but this was also picked up by Inside… Continue reading Political-Science Research Matters!