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<Election polls in 2020 produced ‘error of unusual magnitude,’ expert panel finds, without pinpointing cause

Election polls in 2020 produced ‘error of unusual magnitude,’ expert panel finds, without pinpointing cause

By W. Joseph Campbell, author of Lost in a Gallup: Polling Failure in U.S. Presidential Elections This post was originally published on The Conversation on July 20, 2021 More than eight months …

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<A Q&A with J. Paul Goode, Editor-in-Chief of <i>Communist and Post-Communist Studies</i>

A Q&A with J. Paul Goode, Editor-in-Chief of Communist and Post-Communist Studies

Though we are well past the era of European transitions from communist rule, post-communist states and societies continue to react to the experience of rupture. In politics, these influences persist in the populist revolts against neoliberalism and globalization, or the manipulation of collective memory and myth-making of the communist era.

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<The “Sick Chicken Case” and an Impending Attack on the Regulatory State

The “Sick Chicken Case” and an Impending Attack on the Regulatory State

By Dan A. Farber, author of Contested Ground: How to Understand the Limits of Presidential Power May 27, 2021 Almost ninety years ago today, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling known …

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