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Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 4: Leadership

Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 4: Leadership

October 29, 2020

The Dialogues in Democracy: In Conversation mini series explores core tensions in American political culture with our University of Michigan Press authors. This episode explores implications of American political leadership with Emile Lester of Liberalism and Leadership: The Irony of Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. and Richard Waterman of The Presidential Expectations Gap: Public Attitudes Concerning the Presidency.

Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 3: Racial Justice

Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 3: Racial Justice

October 22, 2020

The Dialogues in Democracy: In Conversation mini series explores core tensions in American political culture with our University of Michigan Press authors. This episode explores issues of race in society and politics with Katherine Tate of Concordance: Black Lawmaking in the US from Carter to Obama and Stephen Knadler of Vitality Politics: Health, Debility, and the Limits of Black Emancipation.

Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 2: National Security

Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 2: National Security

October 15, 2020

The Dialogues in Democracy: In Conversation mini series explores core tensions in American political culture with our University of Michigan Press authors. This episode explores how we protect our borders and interact with foreign powers with Ben Rohrbaugh of More or Less Afraid of Nearly Everything and Zachary Selden of Alignment, Alliance, and American Grand Strategy.

Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 1: Social Policy

Dialogues in Democracy Mini Series Episode 1: Social Policy

October 8, 2020

The Dialogues in Democracy: In Conversation mini series explores core tensions in American political culture with our University of Michigan Press authors. We start by exploring social policy with Carolyn Barnes of State of Empowerment: Low-Income Families and the New Welfare State and Rebecca Kolins Givan of Strike for the Common Good: Fighting for the Future of Public Education.

Democracy and Debate: Do People or Parties Choose U.S. Presidential Nominees?

Democracy and Debate: Do People or Parties Choose U.S. Presidential Nominees?

September 15, 2020

In this interview with author Caitlin E. Jewitt of The Primary Rules: Parties, Voters, and Presidential Nominations, we dive into how the history, reform, and diversity of primary rules between states and parties in the United States impacts nomination outcomes and the power of individual voters in American elections.

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