In 1974, a new wave of legislators entered Congress after the Watergate Scandal, determined to change the American political landscape. While these “Watergate Babies” inspired great change, some argue they also contributed significantly to the growing divide between Republicans and Democrats.
Do you have questions about Princeton University 2018 reunions and commencement activities? Below you will find a schedule, helpful links to more details about University-wide events, and information about events specific to students receiving degrees from the Woodrow Wilson School.
The United States moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem this morning, sparking protests by Palestinians who attempted to cross the border fence between Israel and Gaza. Israeli soldiers responded; to date, more than 50 people have been killed and 1,000 have been injured.
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Some feel these are the worst of times, that we’re living in an America fraught with political discord and governmental dysfunction. But how bad is it in American towns? Writers James and Deborah Fallows traveled 100,000 miles across the country to find out.
So-called purple voting districts that change hands between Republicans and Democrats — rather than reliably conservative and liberal districts — are an underappreciated source of rising political polarization in state legislatures, according to a study co-authored by a Princeton University researcher.