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John M. Hood, Adjunct Instructor  

Office Phone: (919) 613-7316
Email Address: john.m.hood@duke.edu
Web Page: https://www.amazon.com/John-Hood/e/B001K816YA/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1
Web Page: https://www.carolinajournal.com/person/john-hood/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/JohnHoodNC
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnmhood/

Areas of Expertise

    M.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2018
    A.B., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988

    Recent Publications   (More Publications)

    1. Hood, J. Catalyst: Jim Martin and the Rise of North Carolina Republicans. John F. Blair, Publisher, October, 2015. 334 pages pp.  [abs]
    2. Levin, Y; Clyne, M. A Time for Governing Policy Solutions from the Pages of National Affairs. Encounter Books, May, 2012. 328 pages pp.  [abs]
    3. Hood, J. "A healthier economy for North Carolina." North Carolina Medical Journal 73.5 (2012): 398-400.  [abs]
    4. Hood, J. Our Best Foot Forward: An Investment Plan for North Carolina‚Äôs Economic Recovery. John Locke Foundation, 2012.  [abs]
    5. Hood, J. Clear Creek and Rocky River: A Carolina Family HIstory. Breakspear Press, 2012.  [abs]

    John Hood serves as president of the John William Pope Foundation, a Raleigh-based grantmaker, and chairman of the John Locke Foundation, a public policy think tank. He is also a syndicated columnist for 70 North Carolina newspapers, a TV host and panelist, the author of seven books, and a contributor to such publications as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, National Review, The New Republic, The Chicago Tribune, Reader’s Digest, and Military History.

    Hood’s current research interests include state and local politics, the modern conservative movement in America, interdisciplinary approaches to public-policy analysis, and the future of public-service journalism. His previously published books explored issues of corporate social responsibility, the interaction of investment and political behavior, the practice and morality of advertising, economic-growth policy, family history, and the history of Republican politics in North Carolina.

    John M. Hood