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Women’s Equality and the COVID-19 Caregiving Crisis

Women’s Equality and the COVID-19 Caregiving Crisis By Mala Htun, University of New Mexico The COVID-19 pandemic revealed, but did not create, the caregiving crisis in the United States: for most people, it was already […]

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Pandemic Politics

Pandemic Politics By Julia Lynch, University of Pennsylvania, Michael Bernhard and Daniel O’Neill, University of Florida Much of this special issue of Perspectives on Politics speaks to the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on marginalized groups […]

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Confronting the Modern Executive: Four Perspectives

Confronting the Modern Executive: Four Perspectives By Sanford Levinson, University of Texas It is no secret that political power in the United States and elsewhere has, overall, shifted to “the executive” and away from legislatures. […]