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Is the Supreme Court a Guardian or Player?

Chief Justice Roberts writes an annual report on the state of the Supreme Court, and reminded readers just a few months ago that “The Judiciary is...

How Do People Get "Hooked" on Politics? Where Does Political Interest Come From, and Why Does It Matter?

Markus Prior, Professor of Politics and Public Affairs at Princeton and a CSDP Faculty Associate, has been researching the origins and influence...

What Happens When We Militarize Police? Jonathan Mummolo Finds Potential Harm to Police Reputation, Failure to Enhance Officer Safety or Reduce Crime

Four years ago, coverage of the heavily armed police response to protests in Ferguson, Missouri fueled a national debate about police...

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Jaime Settle, College of William & Mary: Frenemies: How Social Media Polarizes America

12:00 pm to 1:20 pm
12:00 pm Feb 6, 2020 to 1:20 pm Feb 6, 2020
 
 
 
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Jesse Crosson, Trinity University and CSDP Fellow: Polarizing Pluralism: Partisan Competition and Interest Sorting in the Era of Insecure Majorities

 
 
 
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Hye Young You, New York University: Foreign Lobbying in the US

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12:00 pm Feb 20, 2020 to 1:20 pm Feb 20, 2020
 
 
 
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David Leal, University of Texas at Austin: Naturalization as Mobilization: The Effect of State Immigration Policy on Naturalization Rates in the United States