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When it comes to polarization, most people in American politics blame the voters. But much of the political science data suggests most voters are actually moderates. So, where are all the moderate politicians?
Ángel L. Vélez, new Associate Director of Diversity & Inclusion discusses his approach to diversity and inclusion work and its relevance for public policy.
“Harris is a place where I can explore all of my interests simultaneously, and that is not something you find in a lot of public policy programs.”
There is widespread worry among the American public about cyber-attacks, and majorities view the governments of China (73%) and Russia (72%) as major threats to cybersecurity.
Professor Howell shares his views on the investigation of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol and President Biden's decisions
Authors comment on the potential negative impacts of expanding the current child tax credit.