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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Thirty states now operate nuclear power plants, and some fifty more states have requested assistance from the IAEA in starting their own programs. Various forecasts predict a new “nuclear renaissance” driven by Asian economic development and concerns about climate change. … Continue reading
By the end of last semester I was completely burnt out. Having spent a large portion of the semester working on my thesis which was not at all related to the Presidency or American politics, it was initially very difficult … Continue reading
The answer to the question of whether or not there is a so-called “Wall Street effect” of equity market performance on the electoral chances of incumbent House candidates has substantively important repercussions on various levels. Existing research studies have identified … Continue reading
My paper originally started with the idea of examining executive orders that had been overturned in the court system and seeking to find some sort of pattern. I was also hoping that the courts would have created through their decisions, … Continue reading
Since my time discussing my topic at the Conference in November I have done a great deal of research analyzing the effectiveness of Social Media in our current society and throughout politics. It goes without question that there has been … Continue reading