Monthly Archives: January 2016

Heather Cox Richardson and the Republican Party

How did the “Party of Lincoln” morph into the party of Nixon’s Southern Strategy? How did the New Deal affect the Republican Party? Is Jeb Bush too moderate for the GOP? And how can we understand Donald Trump’s lead among … Continue reading

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Welcome, 2016!

The election year is now upon us, and increasingly people are starting to pay attention to the presidential primaries. Our aim of bringing academic expertise into the discussions of the 2016 elections will continue with monthly installments of the podcast.¬†Upcoming¬†instalments … Continue reading

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