Brief BioFrederick R. Lynch is Associate Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College. His newest book is One Nation Under AARP: The Fight Over Medicare, Social Security and America’s Future (University of California Press, 2011). His previous books include The Diversity Machine (Transaction Paperbacks, 2001) and Invisible Victims: White Males and the Crisis of Affirmative Action (Praeger Paperbacks, 1991). He is the author of dozens of articles and book chapters ranging from “Social Theory and the Progressive Era, Theory and Society (1977) to a 2011 chapter on “Politics of Aging Boomers” in Robert Hudson’s new edition of The New Politics of Old Age Policy. A frequent panelist at professional academic conferences, he has been profiled and interviewed by most major newspapers, television networks National Public Radio, etc. Lynch received in B.A. in Sociology at the University of Michigan and his Ph.D. at the University of California, Riverside. His popular CMC courses include: “Inequality, Politics and Public Policy,” (Gov 113), “Organization of Health Care and Public Policy” (Gov 105) and “Juvenile Delinquency and Public Policy” (Gov 109).
One Nation Under AARP
The Diversity MachineNow available at Amazon.com
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Articles and Interviews
Op-Ed Contributor NYTimes: How AARP Can Get Its Groove Back
Examiner.com: Will the real AARP please stand up
High-Stakes Battles Target Social Security, Medicare
Written by: Mark Miller
New book looks at the organization's role in future inter-generational warfare as budget resources shrink.
Will the deficit battle put old against young?
One Nation under AARP- Youtube Clip