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Is Political Polarization a Rise in Tribalism?

What if our political differences are not first-and-foremost about different policies or priorities, but instead are about increased feelings of attachment to a political tribe?

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Henry Adams: Politics Had Always Been the Systematic Organization of Hatreds

The great historian Henry Adams had a US President as a grandfather and also as a great-grandfather: John Quincy Adams and John Adams.

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United States Elections: The Risk of Copying Europe

The United States election campaign is focused primarily on how much will the next president spend and the measures to combat coronavirus.

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Google Searches and the U.S. Presidential Election: What the Polls May Have Missed

Most of us here in the U.S. are waiting with bated breath for the results of next week’s enormously consequential presidential election.

2 years

Politics and Attitudes Toward Vaccination

For many people, their willing to be vaccinated apparently varies with whether they are a supporter of the president.

2 years

Thirty Years of German Reunification

On 9th November 1989 the world history took a turn. In a peaceful revolution, the Berlin Wall was pulled down.

3 years

What is PESD, or Post Election Symptom Disorder and How Can You Help?

You may not have heard of the phenomenon, but if you’re a member of a certain large percentage of the country, you might be experiencing it: election stress, or post-election stress.

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