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Monday, May 2, 2022

In “Fixing Social Security: The Politics of Reform in a Polarized Age,” R. Douglas Arnold explores the historical role that Social Security has played in American politics, why Congress has done nothing to fix its solvency problem for three decades,...

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2022

Charles Cameron's and John Kastellec's research on the conservative future of the Supreme Court informed The Boston Globe's reporting on what the future holds after the Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmation: "...

Wednesday, Apr 6, 2022

On NPR NJ Public Radio, LaFleur Stephens-Dougan discussed the implications of new research that finds that white Americans made aware about COVID's racial disparities cared less about the virus themselves.

Thursday, Mar 24, 2022

We are delighted to introduce the 2022-2023 fellows in the Center for the Study of Democratic Politics.

We will welcome this twenty-third cohort of CSDP fellows to Princeton in the fall

Friday, Mar 4, 2022

LaFleur Stephens-Dougan shared her thoughts about President Biden's first State of the Union address on WHYY's Radio Times show. She joined two other panelists who reacted "to Biden's address, the tenor he struck, and [discussed] if it will help him reset this presidency." Listen...

Thursday, Mar 3, 2022

Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber's statement regarding the war in Ukraine is posted here.

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2022

Paul Frymer, professor of politics and CSDP faculty associate at Princeton University, is quoted in Wine Enthusiast on a centuries-old law preventing BIPOC vineyard ownership [that] still resonates today.

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2022
Rockets to Space and Empty Plates: What can government do about wealth inequality in America? February 23, 2022 The recording of this CSDP webinar is available on Princeton University's Media Central here...
Wednesday, Jan 26, 2022

Thomas Edsall's New York Times column, "America Has Split, and It’s Now in ‘Very Dangerous Territory’," features Nolan McCarty's perspectives on our further polarized nation. Commenting on why the national COVID public health crisis is also a polarizing...

Tuesday, Dec 14, 2021

Charles Cameron and Jonathan Kastellec, writing in The Washington Post's Monkey Cage (Conservatives may control the Supreme Court until the 2050s), bring their research to bear on the future of the Supreme Court.

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