Women making history: How do women regard the feminist label?

This post is one of a series of posts in observance of Women’s History Month. Women have made great strides in virtually every area of American life. In polls, most women give credit to the “women’s movement,” ....

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Women making history: Partisanship trumps gender for women

This post is one of a series of posts in observance of Women’s History Month. 2018 was a strong year for women in politics, and men and woman applauded the victories. In a December 2018 survey of ....

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The Trump administration did not extinguish the American dream

Despite nationwide protests, acts of sedition, utter chaos in governance, constant divisive rhetoric, a global pandemic, and many troubling policy pronouncements, the Trump administration did not destroy the American dream for the overwhelming majority of ....

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Can Republicans maintain a conservative-populist alliance? An interview with Henry Olsen

On February 5, AEI and the Ethics & Public Policy Center (EPPC) hosted a panel discussion regarding a YouGov/EPPC national survey of 1,000 self-identified Trump voters, conducted on January 11-14. In this discussion, Henry Olsen, ....

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Do not overlook just how deep Trump’s support ran in the electorate

In the wake of the presidential election and storming of the US Capital by a mob of Trump supporters, stories are flooding the media about the surprise many faced when learning that some of their ....

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What we know about Jewish people and the November election

As a professor who has been studying campaigns, elections, and the Jewish community for close to two decades now, it is important to note that as the 2020 election cycle winds down, it will take ....

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