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Generational Changes

Millennials—the demographic cohort that follows Generation X, preceded by the Baby Boomer generation before them—now represent the biggest generation in...

Kevin Hurh • February 9, 2018
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The People Are Speaking About American Politics (and They’re Not Happy)

November 2016 saw the two most unpopular major-party nominees in American political history face off for the presidency. By the...

Reed Galen • January 9, 2018
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Centrist Democrats begin pushing back against Bernie Sanders, liberal wing

The high-profile stars of the Democratic Party’s populist wing have steered the agenda their way on Capitol Hill this year,...

Drisana Hughes • September 4, 2017
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Trust Busting the Two-Party System

There’s a small but growing chance that competition could ultimately save American government from the clutches of our badly broken political...

Drisana Hughes • September 4, 2017
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What Macron Can Teach America: It’s Time for Center-Left and Center-Right to Unite

In a time of Trump and deepening populist polarization in both parties, the idea of a radical centrist revolution seems as unlikely...

Drisana Hughes • September 4, 2017

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