Richard A Arenberg

Frumin, Alan S.: - Richard A. Arenberg is Clarence Adams and Rachel Adams Visiting Professor of the Practice of Political Science and a Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs at Brown University. He is the author of Congressional Procedure: A Practical Guide to the Legislative Process in the U.S. Congress (TheCapitol.Net). He previously taught at Northeastern University and Suffolk University. He worked for Sens. Paul Tsongas (D-MA), Carl Levin (D-MI), and Majority Leader George Mitchell (D-ME) for 34 years. He served on the Senate Iran-Contra Committee in 1987. Arenberg is co-author of the award-winning, Defending the Filibuster: Soul of the Senate, named Book of the Year in Political Science by Foreword Reviews in 2012. A second edition was published in 2014. The U.S. Senate Historical Office published Richard A. Arenberg: Oral History Interviews in 2011. He serves on the Board of Directors of Social Security Works and the Social Security Education Fund. He Read More chevron_right