Course Instructor: Ronald Feinman
Dates: Thursdays, November 29, December 6, 13, 20
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30 pm
Course Fee for 4 sessions:
This four-week course will cover the presidencies of the late 20th century. We will examine the accomplishments, shortcomings, controversies, and legacies of the four presidents who served in the White House from 1977-2001. Questions and comments from the participants in the class are welcome.
Week 1: Jimmy Carter, his life and Presidency, and post Presidency, and evaluation.
Week 2: Ronald Reagan, his life and Presidency, and post Presidency, and evaluation.
Week 3: George H. W. Bush, his life and Presidency, and post Presidency, and evaluation.
Week 4: Bill Clinton, his life and Presidency, and post Presidency, and evaluation.
Instructor Bio: Ronald L. Feinman has conducted courses at Delray Beach Public Library for many years. He received his Ph. D. from City University of New York Graduate School under the tutelage of Professor Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. He is a college professor for more than 46 years, and still teaches part time at Florida Atlantic University and Broward College. He is the author of two books, the most recent on Presidential Assassinations, in 2015, out in paperback since 2017. He has done lectures on many historical and political topics at many venues in South Florida for the past 15 years. He also has had a blog since 2008, entitled TheProgressiveProfessor.com, which he contributes to every day. He also writes articles for History News Network, and has had articles on HNN also shared on Time and Newsweek. Also, he is a political commentator on WWGH, 107.1 FM, Marion, Ohio, on a weekly basis..