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History Made: The Rise of Republican Tim Scott

By Scott H. Huffmon (Winthrop University), H. Gibbs Knotts (College of Charleston), and Seth C. McKee (Texas Tech University) In a time of unprecedented racial polarization in partisan voting, and in the staunchly Republican Deep South state of […]

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Book Review: Sanford Schram’s “The Return of Ordinary Capitalism: Neoliberalism, Precarity, Occupy”

Book Review: Sanford Schram’s The Return of Ordinary Capitalism: Neoliberalism, Precarity, Occupy Eva Bertram, Associate Professor of Politics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Abstract: Sanford Schram’s The Return of Ordinary Capitalism: Neoliberalism, Precarity, Occupy (Oxford University Press, […]

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Saving Relational Politics

Saving Relational Politics Peter Levine, Associate Dean for Research and Lincoln Filene Professor of Citizenship & Public Affairs in Tufts University’s Jonathan Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service. Billion-dollar presidential campaigns, corporate lobbying victories, and […]

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Democracy, Federal Power, and Education Reform

Perspectives on Politics seeks to provide a space for broad and synthetic discussion within the political science profession and between the profession and the broader scholarly and reading publics. Such discussion necessarily draws on and […]

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Agenda Setting in Comparative Perspective

Agenda Setting in Comparative Perspective Frank R. Baumgartner, Richard J. Richardson Distinguished Professor of Political Science at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill It has been more than 50 years since the discipline was […]