History of the American Presidency, History of American Politics and Elections, Election of 1912
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McInerney teaches The American Presidency, American History since 1865, American History to 1865 and Emergence of Modern America.
He has taught at Metropolitan State University of Denver since 1982.
McInerney has published extensively, including, “Presidential Documents: Words that Shaped a Nation from Washington to Obama.” His papers include “Eisenhower Governance and the Power to Command: A Perspective on Presidential Leadership” and “Remembering April in American History.”
McInerney served as a Fulbright Professor of American Politics and Government in Budapest, Hungary from 1991–1992.
From 1966–69, McInerney was active in New York state and national politics. He served as an advance man for U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, traveling throughout New York and many local communities with the senator.