Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

Patrick Andelic and the Democratic Party

Following Hillary Clinton’s defeat, it is a time for soul-searching for the Democratic Party. The modern Democratic Party has always negotiated the relationship between liberalism, progressivism, and identity politics. How have these strands come together since the end of the … Continue reading

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Christina Wolbrecht and Women in Politics

Hillary Clinton could become the first female president of the United States, but for how long have women been trying to break that glass ceiling? What are the expectations and obstacles facing female politicians from Victoria Woodhull to Sarah Palin? … Continue reading

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Alan Schroeder and Presidential Debates

How did presidential debates grow into the institution we know today? How important are the debates? Are there too many primary debates? Should we worry about the debates being too focused on entertainment? What should we look for in the … Continue reading

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