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How Empathic Concern Fuels Political Polarization

How Empathic Concern Fuels Political Polarization By Elizabeth N. Simas, University of Houston, Scott Clifford, University of Houston and Justin H. Kirkland, University of Virginia Over the past two decades, there has been a marked increase […]

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Does Public Support for Judicial Power Depend on Who is in Political Power? Testing a Theory of Partisan Alignment in Africa

Does Public Support for Judicial Power Depend on Who is in Political Power? Testing a Theory of Partisan Alignment in Africa By Brandon L. Bartels, George Washington University and Eric Kramon, George Washington University Judicial […]

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Race and Representation in Campaign Finance

Race and Representation in Campaign Finance By Jacob M. Grumbach, University of Washington and Alexander Sahn, University of California Racial inequality in voter turnout is well-documented, but we know less about racial inequality in campaign […]

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A Formal Theory of Democratic Deliberation

A Formal Theory of Democratic Deliberation By Hun Chung, Waseda University and John Duggan, University of Rochester Inspired by impossibility theorems of social choice theory, many democratic theorists have argued that aggregative forms of democracy cannot […]

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Theoretical Foundations and Empirical Evaluations of Partisan Fairness in District-Based Democracies

Theoretical Foundations and Empirical Evaluations of Partisan Fairness in District-Based Democracies By Jonathan N. Katz, California Institute of Technology, Gary King, Harvard University and Elizabeth Rosenblatt, Harvard University We clarify the theoretical foundations of partisan fairness […]

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Self-Rule and the Problem of Peoplehood in Colonial India

Self-Rule and the Problem of Peoplehood in Colonial India By Nazmul S. Sultan, University of Chicago This article theorizes the colonial problem of peoplehood that Indian anticolonial thinkers grappled with in their attempts to conceptualize […]