Dr. Carol M. Swain, MASF National Director for Outreach to the Black Community, is an award-winning political scientist and a former tenured professor at Vanderbilt and Princeton Universities. As a former Democrat, Dr. Swain has spoken out boldly about the involvement of the Democratic Party in obstructing the civil rights of Black Americans from the time of Reconstruction through the 1960s. Her examination of the misconceptions surrounding the Republican Party and its role in the passage of landmark civil rights legislation in the face of Democratic Party opposition is bold and courageous.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Dr. Swain took time away from her academic duties to go to ground with the Strike Force in Philadelphia. Her efforts, along with that of countless other volunteers surely helped to secure Pennsylvania - and the presidency- for Donald Trump.
As an honored political scientist and author of path-breaking books and articles, she is uniquely qualified to help us understand better the roots of our great nation. As an outspoken Republican, she is determined to help us win in 2020.
Dr. Carol Swain, MASF National Director for Outreach to the Black Community, is an award-winning political scientist, a former professor of political science and professor of law at Vanderbilt University, and a lifetime member of the James Madison Society at Princeton University. She is the author or editor of nine books. Dr. Swain's opinion pieces have been published in CNN Online,The Epoch Times, The Financial Times, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, and USA Today. She has appeared on ABC Headline News, BBC Radio, NPR, INT News, CNN’s AC360, Fox News’ Hannity, Fox and Friends, Lou Dobbs Tonight, Judge Jeanine, The Story with Martha MacCallum, Michael Smerconish,The PBS News Hour, and The Washington Journal, and ABC’s Headline News. She has appeared in several documentaries and has had four viral Prager University videos. Dr. Swain is the editor of Be the People News and the host of the Be the People Podcast.