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How Do Racial Appeals Work in American Politics? Stephens-Dougan Book Investigates "Racial Distancing"

Much social science research over the years focuses on how white, usually Republican, candidates use negative racial appeals and race in campaigns...

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...

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  • February 2022

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Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University: Democracy by Petition: Popular Politics in Transformation, 1790-1870

 
 
 
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Lauren Wright, Princeton University: Visible Representation: How Spotlighting Women in Government Can Inflate Perceptions of Gender Equity

 
 
 
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Markus Prior, Princeton University: Policy Patience

12:00 pm to 1:20 pm
12:00 pm Feb 17, 2022 to 1:20 pm Feb 17, 2022
 
 
 
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Rockets to Space and Empty Plates: What can government do about wealth inequality in America?

4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
4:30 pm Feb 23, 2022 to 6:00 pm Feb 23, 2022
 

Charles Cameron and Jonathan Kastellec, Princeton University: Social Origins of a Political Transformation: Interest Groups and Supreme Court Nominations

 
 
 
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