Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Analysis

He made us all better social scientists. He made us better humans.

  • Christian Davenport, PhD
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  • Apr 30
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  • Review

Here's why you should read David Mayhew's “The Imprint of Congress."

  • Perspective

  • Analysis

Now the really hard work begins.

  • Analysis

The historical record suggests credit market positions can greatly affect leaders’ fiscal policy.

  • Ryan Saylor
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  • Taxes
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  • Apr 28
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  • Analysis

It's hard to know whether there's enough steady, solid diplomacy and in-depth knowledge to manage a real crisis.

  • Analysis

Trump earns an “incomplete” for his executive orders, but an “A” in brazenly changing GOP minds about their use.

  • Analysis

100 days is an unrealistic amount of time to use to measure a presidency.

  • Analysis

Black quarterbacks have “big hands.” White quarterbacks are “leaders.”

  • Analysis

It's no longer a straightforward reelection campaign for Iran’s incumbent president.

  • Farzan Sabet
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  • Iran
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  • Apr 27
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