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Informed Consent: How the Public Learns about Congressional Votes on Health Care and Supports Incumbents Who Represent Constituent Preferences
Leaders who fail to enact the preferences of their constituents risk defeat in elections. The risk seems to be real–legislators receive...
featuring Farah Griffin, Columbia University
The Department of Afroamerican and African Studies is pleased to present The Zora Neale Hurston Lecture of the Humanities featuring Farah...
PROFS is a once monthly event where professors give a short lecture on some of their current research! PIZZA and REFRESHMENTS are provided...
Equity, Justice and Social Change: The Michigan Tradition of Activism and Educational Opportunity
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