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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2020A Theory of Religion's Special Protection in American LawGirgis, Gabrielle
2018A Vote for Me is a Vote for America: Patriotic Appeals in Presidential ElectionsHaines, Pavielle
2015ACTING AGAINST THEIR OWN INTERESTS: FALSE CONSCIOUSNESS, IDEOLOGY, AND DEMOCRACYMcCoy, Matthew Stephen
2017AFTER JUDGMENT DAY: UNDER WHAT CONDITIONS ARE COURT DECISIONS IMPLEMENTED?SITAPATI, VINAY GANESH
2015Agency Design, Human Capital, and Political Control in U.S. Federal AgenciesBolton, Alexander
2019Assessing Competing Claims to Speak over Mass Media: The Priority of Audiences' Epistemic ClaimsMiller, Erin Lynn
2019Borders of Compassion: International Migration and the Politics of Parochial AltruismKustov, Alexander
2016Collective Self-DeterminationZuehl, Jake
2019Coming out to vote: LGBT mobilization in the two-party system, 1976 - 2016Proctor, Andrew Thomas
2016Communal Religion, Sectarian Interests, and DemocracyHoffman, Michael Hoffman
2016Compensatory Citizenship: A Comparative Study of Dual Nationality in Serbia, Mexico and IsraelHarpaz, Yossi
2018Completely Free: J.S. Mill on Individuality and SocialityDiIulio, John Peter
2015Constitutional Resistance in the States Between Reconstruction and the New DealBeienburg, Sean
2020Constructive Representationde la Cruz, Charles
2018Corruption as a Criminal NetworkFerrali, Romain Reda
2019Crafting Payoffs: Strategies and Effectiveness of Economic StatecraftWong, Audrye
2016Crude Interruption: How the Proximity of Assets and People Shapes Political ConflictBlair, Graeme
2016Deliberation in Collective Decision-Making: The Case of the FOMCLopez Moctezuma, Gabriel
2018Dialogue and Domination: A Theory of Judicial ReviewSigalet, Geoffrey
2019Do Facts Speak for Themselves? Causes and Consequences of Partisan Bias in Factual BeliefsKhanna, Kabir