University professor of political science. Born– October 6, 1942, Toledo, Ohio. Parents– Thomas Holloway and Jewell (Bricker) Holloway. Education– University of Toledo, B.A., 1963; M.A., 1966; Purdue University, Ph.D., 1970. Married– Anne Permaloff, December 28, 1974. Research physicist for Libby-Owens Ford Glass, 1963-1964; taught political science, University of Houston, 1968-1975; Auburn University at Montgomery, 1975-2006. Awarded Realm Foundation Fellowship, 1965-1966; Richard Weaver Fellowship, 1966-1967. Member American Political Science Association, American Association of University Professors.


Anniston Star, July 14, 1985; Contemporary Authors online.


The Politics of Higher Education. Morristown, N.J.; General Learning Press, 1973.


Behavioral Study of Political Ideology and Public Policy Formation.  Dallas; University Press of America, 2005.

Big Mules and Branchheads; James E. Folsom and Political Power in Alabama. Athens, Ga.; University of Georgia Press, 1985.

Politics and Power in Alabama; The More Things Change….  University of Georgia Press, 1995.


Constitutionalism of American States.  Ed. George E. Connor and Christopher W. Hammons.  Columbia; University of Missouri Press, 2008.

The Uneasy Partnership; the Dynamics of Federal, State and Urban Relations. Palo Alto, Calif.; National Press Books, 1973.