Paul Gronke

Paul Gronke is Professor of Political Science at Reed College who has a nationally-influential voice on a wide-variety of political issues. His primary expertise is about American politics and empirical political theory. He has published more than three dozen peer-reviewed articles in some of the most prestigious political academic journals. He was editor of the prominent Election Law Journal, and is the editor of PS: Political Science and Politics, a flagship journal of the American Political Science Association. Dr. Gronke has appeared as a guest expert on numerous broadcast networks, including NPR, MSNBC, and BBC.

Paul Gronke on Gen Jones:
Paul enthusiastically supports the Generation Jones concept, and has spoken about it in-depth, as well as mentioned it with casual public comments, like here in March 2020 when someone said “OK Boomer” to him; he responded: “Generation Jones thank you very much.”

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Linda Killian

Linda Killian is a widely-respected political scientist, analyst and activist. She is a nationally-recognized expert on independent voters, and her bestselling book “THE SWING VOTE: The Untapped Power of Independents” is considered a classic text on the topic. In addition to writing her popular political books, she regularly writes articles for The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The New Republic, The Wall Street Journal, and Politico. She has been a Senior Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center. She also often appears as a political commentator on national TV shows, including on CNN, MSNBC, PBS, C-SPAN, and Fox News Channel.

Linda Killian on Gen Jones:
Linda has publicly discussed the political and societal implications of Generation Jones, like here in May 2022: “Obama was part of this group. “Generation Jones is noted for coming of age after a huge swath of their older brothers and sisters in the Baby Boomer population had; many note that there was a paucity of resources & privileges available to them that were abundant to older Boomers.”

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Evan Berman

Evan Berman is a much-acclaimed New Zealander who specializes in various political and public management issues. Among the areas of work he is best known for are: Cynicism, Politics, Reputation, Power and Social Capital. A professor at Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand) School of Government, he has written scholarly articles published in over 125 publications and has written 12 widely-respected books.  He has published in all major journals of his field, is Senior Editor of Public Performance & Management Review, and is a Distinguished Fulbright Scholar.

Evan Berman on Gen Jones:
Evan explores generational dynamics, including the notably large role of Generation Jones, in his 2021 book Human Resource Management in Public Service: Paradoxes, Processes, and Problems.

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