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Adam Hodges , October 21st, 2019
“Hey Joe, instead of saying, No we can’t,” retorted Senator Kamala Harris to Vice-President Joe Biden. “Let’s say, Yes, we can.” With that single line, Harris resurrected an…
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Alexandra Frankel , December 19th, 2016
In the run-up to the holiday season we invite you to sit back, relax, and enjoy some of our most popular content this year. We are continually on…
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Elyse Bailey , October 26th, 2016
Elections in India are a loud, rambunctious, great equalizer in public life. Elections in India are the world’s biggest festival and Indians clearly like to vote. Evidence shows…
Elyse Bailey , October 24th, 2016
Canvassing for elections is an addictive mix of gossip, ideas, theatre and competition. Elections are a ritual process for creating political representatives and encouraging citizens to accept them…
Elyse Bailey , October 17th, 2016
Britain’s vote to leave the EU has ushered in a surprise: it turns out that voting matters, and the UK is living in a New Normal now. After…
Elyse Bailey , October 12th, 2016
What Trump’s smash-it-all message tells us about presidential campaigns. Before we join the refrain that the candidacy of Donald J. Trump in this presidential election is unprecedented, we…