1. Isarithmic History of the Two-Party Presidential Vote

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    from d sparks Added 56.7K 75 1

    Using county-level data, I spatially and temporally interpolated presidential vote returns for the two major party candidates in each election from 1920-2008. The result illuminates the sometimes…

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    • Canada's World: Democracy In The Making

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      from Canada's World Added 3,744 9 2

      The story of Canada's World, a 3-year citizens' dialogue project that engaged nontraditional voices across Canada in Canadian foreign policy - www.canadasworld.ca

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      • Blueberry Soup

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        An intimate look into the rewriting of the Icelandic constitution by its citizens. Chronicling a nation-redefining event, Blueberry Soup is inescapably political, social, and creative. This feature…

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        • Katrin Oddsdottir on the domino effect of the revolutionary Icelandic Constitution

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          An intimate look into the rewriting of the Icelandic constitution by its citizens. Chronicling a nation-redefining event, Blueberry Soup is inescapably political, social, and creative. This feature…

        • AV v First Past the Post: Explained

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          On May 5th voters in Britain can decide whether UK elections are run on the 'First Past the Post' system or the 'Alternative Vote' system. This quick, simple explainer shows you…

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          • Seminar with Daniel Defert: "Reflections on Foucault’s Will to Know"

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            Political Science Department and the The France Chicago Center present “Reflections on Foucault’s Lessons on the Will to Know”, with Daniel Defert, Moderated by Bernard E. Harcourt…

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            • Preferences, Self-Interest, Subtle Choices (S1081) - Full Video

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              1992 Nobel Economist Dr. Gary Becker and Aaron Wildavsky, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at UC Berkeley, discuss ways in which preferences and self-interest influence our decisions.…

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