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Aug 15, 2019
Woodrow Wilson School
WooCast

Voter suppression, gerrymandering, money in politics, and even issues with the electoral college all call into question whether the United States truly has a representative democracy. How might these issues play a role in the upcoming 2020 elections?

Renowned scholar Lawrence Lessig of...

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Aug 15, 2019
Office of Engineering Communications
Features
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Aug 15, 2019
Woodrow Wilson School
Research Briefs

The United States is experiencing a new type of industrial revolution, one in which businesses outside of manufacturing are harnessing the power of the internet to scale up production and increase profits.

Three sectors are contributing to the new wave: service, retail, and wholesale — according to a...

Aug 8, 2019
Woodrow Wilson School
WooCast

History is rife with examples of people behaving badly, sometimes with truly evil intent. Yet noted scholar Nicholas Christakis argues that humans are actually wired for goodness. His recent book, “Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society,” makes the...

Aug 7, 2019
Woodrow Wilson School
News & Awards

The...

Steven Petric
Aug 2, 2019
Woodrow Wilson School
News & Awards

Steven Petric has been named director of graduate admissions at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, effective July 15.

A proud Wisconsin native and an alumnus of the School’s mid-career program, Petric...

Aug 1, 2019
Woodrow Wilson School
WooCast

Silicon Valley has emerged as the epicenter of technological innovation within the American economy. Yet, people often know little about the region’s origins and how it grew to become an influential force behind new innovations in society.

Margaret O’Mara joins Julian Zelizer to discuss her...