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  • 15 Nov 2016
    Richard Sobel

    Post-Election Blues and Purples

    Richard Sobel, author of Citizenship as Foundation of Rights (2016) reflects on a controversial election.

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  • 2 Nov 2016
    Richard Sobel

    The Citizenship Controversies

    Richard Sobel, author of Citizenship as Foundation of Rights (2016) discusses immigration and the 2016 election.

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  • 17 Oct 2016
    Carol Hardy-Fanta

    Twenty-Five Years after Anita Hill: What Has Changed?

    Carol Hardy-Fanta, co-author of Contested Transformation, reflects on Anita Hill's testimony 25 years later.

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  • 12 Oct 2016
    Yanna Krupnikov, Samara Klar

    A “Super Depressing” Election?

    Shortly after the conclusion of the 2016 Vice-Presidential debate between Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence, Washington Post journalist Chris Cillizza’s described it as “super depressing”: “I found myself wishing it were over at 10pm,” Cillizza wrote of a debate that would go on for another half hour, “And I love this stuff more than anyone I […]

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  • 3 Oct 2016
    Frank S. Ravitch

    Religious Freedom, Sexual Freedom and The 2016 Election

    As we approach the 2016 election most of the attention has focused on the Presidential race. Yet, Congressional and state contests could have a huge impact on the future of religious freedom and sexual freedom. In Freedom’s Edge: Religious Freedom, Sexual Freedom, and the Future of America (2016), I argue that religious freedom, LGBT rights, […]

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  • 12 Sep 2016
    Kathryn M. Stanchi

    Why are Feminist Judgments Necessary?

    Kathryn M. Stanchi, co-editor of Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court (2016), reflects on the passing of Phyllis Schlafly and the history of the Equal Rights Amendment.

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  • 17 Aug 2016
    Antonia Chayes

    Security Challenges for a New Administration

    The awesome responsibility inherent in controlling the United States’ nuclear weapons arsenal has given an increasing number of experienced former officials pause about contemplating a Donald Trump presidency. Fifty former senior officials, Republicans, stated in a letter opposing Trump that “he lacks the character, values and experience” to be President and would put our nation’s […]

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  • 11 Aug 2016
    Danny Hayes, Jennifer L. Lawless

    Think there’s a lot of gender bias in U.S. elections? Think again.

    Jennifer L. Lawless and Danny Hayes talk Women on the Run and whether there is a gender bias in U.S. elections.

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