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Posts tagged as “elections”

Jerry Brown’s Last Hurrah

By Jacob Ganz The following article was written for Berkeley Political Review as part of a monthly collaboration with Davis Political Review. Jerry Brown is California’s indomitable…

It Takes Two to Tango

What a bitter runoff between Argentine frontrunners means for its democracy At the first Democratic National Debate, Bernie Sanders knowingly quipped that people would be…

Snapchat Terrorism: Liberty and Security in Britain

When two gunmen stormed the central Paris office of Charlie Hebdo in early January, and slaughtered the magazine’s most prominent cartoonists, Europe stood still in…