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A Symposium on Power, Discrimination, and Identity: Introduction and Commentary By Ismail White, Princeton University and Betina Cutaia Wilkinson, Wake Forest University Race continues to divide America deeply. One’s race can be seen as a [...]
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Explaining Increased Contestation in the 2018 State Legislative Elections By Adam S. Myers, Providence College State legislative elections in the United States have long exhibited relatively low contestation rates. Between 2002 and 2016, for example, [...]
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The State Legislative Elections of 2018: Symposium Introduction By Carl E. Klarner, klarnerpolitics.org This symposium consists of six articles that examine the 2018 state legislative elections. The first article by Adam S. Myers sets the [...]
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Going National: Immigration Enforcement and the Politicization of Local Police By Michael Zoorob, Harvard University This article develops a theory of when and how political nationalization increases interest in local elections using evidence from county [...]
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