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Does A Lack Of Civics Education Make Americans Less Likely To Vote?

April 23, 2019 | KJZZ

Harvard University professor Danielle Allen has studied and written about civics education extensively, and she was recently in the area as part of a presentation for ASU’s School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership.

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What's The State Of U.S. Foreign Policy?

April 10, 2019 | KJZZ

Walter Russell Mead, a scholar at the Hudson Institute and professor at Bard College, was recently at ASU as part of the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership. The Show caught up with him to ask about U.S. foreign policy.

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Can The Democratic Presidential Candidates Overcome America's Polarization?

March 27, 2019 KJZZ

Bill Kristol, founder of the recently-dissolved publication the Weekly Standard, and Bill Galston of the Brookings Institution may seem like strange bedfellows, but they were co-chairs of the New Center project to offer an alternative to the left and

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The Right's Identity Politics Is More Dangerous Than the Left's

March 17, 2019 | Reason

I spoke last month at a conference organized by Arizona State University's School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership, titled "Polarization and Civil Disagreement: Confronting America's Civic Crisis." I was on a panel dis

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Does America Have A Polarization Problem?

March 6, 2019 KJZZ

The realm of U.S. politics continues to be one where polarization dominates and winning seems even more important than it did in the past.

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Factionalism and the Cultural Left

March 4, 2019 National Review

Last weekend I had the opportunity to attend a conference on political polarization at Arizona State University, sponsored by the School for Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership (SCETL).

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Students discover how solar power empowers

February 17, 2019 ASU Now

The honors thesis being developed by a group of interdisciplinary Barrett, The Honors College students, detailing the socioeconomic effects of the introduction of solar technology to rural communities in Belize, is already having real-world impact.

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Is There A Way To Bridge The Political, Civil Divide?

February 5, 2019 KJZZ

Dramatic political disagreements have continued in 2019, with Democratic control of the U.S. House leading to more head-to-head battles.

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Finding common ground

January 31, 2019 ASU Now

Nadine Strossen, Judge Michael Mukasey debate abortion, discuss how to speak civilly across the political divide at ASU event.

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Unite the country? Reach out to the peripheries of society

January 24, 2019 ASU Now

Your strengths are your weaknesses. Take more risks. And reach out to the margins of society. That is how we can bring a deeply divided country back together again.

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