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Oct 3, 2019

Many conservative politicians have used the term “free enterprise” as a rallying cry during the past few elections. Yet, the exact meaning of the phrase is unclear. Where did this idea come from? What did it mean in different time periods? And what are the stakes in how we define it?

Sep 25, 2019

The media has come under increasing attack over the past few years. While the adversarial relationship between past presidents and the media is not new, some have argued that President Trump has gone further than his predecessors by targeting specific journalists and using language meant to incite violence.

Sep 24, 2019

Construction of “Double Sights,” an installation about the complex legacy of Woodrow Wilson, is nearing completion on Scudder Plaza adjacent to Robertson Hall, home of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. The University will mark the installation’s completion with a public discussion and dedication on Saturday, Oct.

Sep 18, 2019

The Democratic field has started to narrow. Of the 26 candidates who announced their bid for the presidency, 20 remain as of mid-September. And at the third Democratic presidential debate last week, only 10 qualified, giving voters a closer look at the candidates’ policy positions.

Sep 16, 2019

Sept. 17 marks Constitution Day, observed annually to recognize the adoption of the United States Constitution.

Sep 16, 2019

A fund offered through Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs will support creative, interdisciplinary research projects, and programs addressing important issues in education.

Sep 11, 2019

Digital technology is playing an increasingly large role in our lives. We use our smartphones to communicate, post photos, read breaking news, watch videos, and more — to the point where we touch our phones an average of 2,600 times a day, according to a study by research firm Dscout.

Sep 10, 2019

Nuclear weapons dangers are increasing across the globe, with growing arsenals, new weapon systems, plans for using nuclear weapons even earlier in a crisis, and a collapse of long-standing arms control treaties.

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