One year following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Dr. Brent Steele and Political Science alum John Russo reflect on the state of the conflict, offering their insight on the cultural, political, and economic outcomes of the war thus far.
Professor Emeritus Daniel McCool (Political Science), recently testified in a two-week Montana voting laws case, deciding whether ballot collectors in Montana can be paid, what forms of identification are acceptable to vote and whether removing Election Day registration is legal.
Using a method to measure average political leanings, Political Science faculty member Josh McCrain and colleagues found that even on channels that are well-known for a particular political bias, the strength of that bias can change from hour to hour and from show to show.
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