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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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Andra Gillespie and the New Black Politician

A new generation of Black politicians have come of age in the 21st century. With Barack Obama leaving the White House, Senators such as Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Tim Scott (R-SC) are among the most prominent representatives of the New … Continue reading

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Linda Fowler and the Foreign Relations Committee

For Episode 6 of Campaign Context Professor Linda Fowler (Dartmouth College) joined me for a discussion on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, providing both historical context and insight into how it affects topical issues for the campaign. Fowler is an … Continue reading

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