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One possible explanation for variation is the difference in severity of the pandemic and recession at the local level. We review labor market data & COVID-19 data at the state level & find significant variation depending on states’ political leaning.
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This election exposes our system's dependence on local election officials and its fragility in the midst of COVID-19 and waning public trust.
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"The president of the United States should resist any temptation to treat cities as ideological battlefields in the culture wars or outposts of federal agencies. Rather, he should stand ready to encourage and assist urban reformers where he can."
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Thursday 11AM ET | Employer Resource Networks: Improving employment retention and building career opportunities for low-wage workers
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Elisabeth Braw 21h
Using criminal law against hostile state cyber aggression (ie, charging individual perpetrators) is a promising cyber deterrence strategy. They're likely to feel more loyalty to themselves than to their countries. My thoughts for
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A majority of undergraduates across the board are open to discourse with their peers, and this is a sign of optimism as our students are not being silenced.
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Kamala Harris’ bill is the most generous universal basic income proposal ever introduced in Congress. Here's why that's important.
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Thursday 11AM ET | Employer Resource Networks: Improving employment retention and building career opportunities for low-wage workers
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Although often stereotyped as subservient — witness the anti–Amy Coney Barrett protesters dressed as “handmaid” characters from Margaret Atwood’s theocratic dystopia — highly religious women are, in fact, in charge of their homes.
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The newest episode of ’s The Report Card discusses budget-friendly staffing strategies to support students’ access to quality teachers.
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Shaylyn Romney Garrett 22h
Join and I TOMORROW for an and event in which we discuss , and how America can enter a new era of hope, renewal, and togetherness. Register here:
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AEI Foreign Policy Oct 20
Two new books explore what elevated Winston Churchill to prominence and the shadows he continues to cast on British and American political culture. As the Brexit debate showed, he remains an irresistible force.
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AEI Oct 20
Contrary to Bharatiya Janata Party fanfare, Narendra Modi's effect on Indian American voters is negligible. The community's influence in swing states is also negligible.
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AEI Oct 20
COVID-19 adds confusion to long-standing credibility problems in China's economic statistics.
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AEI Oct 20
While it does have legal authority to interpret Section 230, the FCC should be wary of the scaffolding it is erecting for greater regulation of the internet ecosystem.
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AEI Oct 20
Kamala Harris’ bill is the most generous universal basic income proposal ever introduced in Congress. Here's why that's important.
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AEI Oct 19
"The president of the United States should resist any temptation to treat cities as ideological battlefields in the culture wars or outposts of federal agencies. Rather, he should stand ready to encourage and assist urban reformers where he can."
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AEI Oct 19
COVID adds confusion to long-standing credibility problems in the PRC’s economic statistics. But not even COVID can seem to change one thing: The Chinese people want to send money somewhere Xi Jinping isn’t.
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Foreign Policy Media Room Oct 19
This Thursday Oct 22 at 11am EDT, join FP and for a discussion with 's about how 5G's rollout could equalize opportunity instead of exacerbating the existing rural/urban digital divide. Register here:
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AEI Oct 19
Last week was a bad week for Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
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