Unstable Majorities

Unstable Majorities

Discusses the American electorate and its voting patterns in historical context, correcting misconceptions about polarization, voter behavior, and political parties



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Invisible Slaves: The Victims and Perpetrators of Modern-Day Slavery

Invisible Slaves: The Victims and Perpetrators of Modern-Day Slavery

Discusses slavery around the world, with research and firsthand stories that reframe slavery as a modern-day crisis, not a historical phenomenon or third-world issue



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American Exceptionalism in a New Era: Rebuilding the Foundation of Freedom and Prosperity

American Exceptionalism in a New Era: Rebuilding the Foundation of Freedom and Prosperity

Discusses the unique factors that have historically set America apart from other nations, how those factors shape public policy, and whether American exceptionalism is in decline



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