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    Mapping the Trump-Russia network, the death of Purple America, and everybody hates Trumpcare: roundup of US academic political blogging for 4 – 10 March

Mapping the Trump-Russia network, the death of Purple America, and everybody hates Trumpcare: roundup of US academic political blogging for 4 – 10 March

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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The Trump Administration and the Republican Party
On Saturday, Outside the Beltway comments that it […]

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    Trump’s “quietly radical” address, the age of existential politics, and the “24 trillion dollar bezzle”: roundup of US academic political blogging for 25 February – 3 March

Trump’s “quietly radical” address, the age of existential politics, and the “24 trillion dollar bezzle”: roundup of US academic political blogging for 25 February – 3 March

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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The Trump Administration and the Republican Party
On Tuesday this week, Outside the Beltway reports […]

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    Trump’s never-ending campaign, McCain’s no maverick, and why liberals should own guns: roundup of US academic political blogging for 18 – 24 February

Trump’s never-ending campaign, McCain’s no maverick, and why liberals should own guns: roundup of US academic political blogging for 18 – 24 February

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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The Trump Administration and the Republican Party
On Monday, Lawyers, Guns & Money says that […]

February 28th, 2017|Blog round up, National|0 Comments|
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    Leaks are the real scandal, how gerrymandering effects Congress, and Trump’s “Randian” foreign policy: roundup of US academic political blogging for 11 – 17 February

Leaks are the real scandal, how gerrymandering effects Congress, and Trump’s “Randian” foreign policy: roundup of US academic political blogging for 11 – 17 February

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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President Trump and the Republican Party
This week, Outside the Beltway writes that President […]

February 18th, 2017|Blog round up, National|0 Comments|
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    Trump plays constitutional hardball, moving from “sitcom” to transactional foreign policy and the Muslim ban of 1918: roundup of US academic political blogging for 4 – 10 February

Trump plays constitutional hardball, moving from “sitcom” to transactional foreign policy and the Muslim ban of 1918: roundup of US academic political blogging for 4 – 10 February

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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President Trump and the Republican Party
On Tuesday this week, Smart Politics writes that […]

February 12th, 2017|Blog round up, National|0 Comments|
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    Life in a constitutional dictatorship, how SCOTUS could overturn Roe v. Wade and why Bannon’s NSC role might be a good idea: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 28th to February 3rd

Life in a constitutional dictatorship, how SCOTUS could overturn Roe v. Wade and why Bannon’s NSC role might be a good idea: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 28th to February 3rd

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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President Trump and the Republican Party 
On Sunday, FiveThirtyEight writes that Donald Trump is […]

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    Trump as a bad Nixon remake, why presidents shouldn’t meddle with the EPA and the odd saga of US-Mexico relations: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 21-27th

Trump as a bad Nixon remake, why presidents shouldn’t meddle with the EPA and the odd saga of US-Mexico relations: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 21-27th

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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President Trump and the Republican Party 
On Saturday, Outside the Beltway reviews Donald Trump’s […]

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    An inexperienced Cabinet and Congress, missing Obama already, and will Trump face a backlash?: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 14-20th

An inexperienced Cabinet and Congress, missing Obama already, and will Trump face a backlash?: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 14-20th

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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President-elect Trump and the Republican Party 
On Saturday, OUP blog looks at how the […]

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    Budget holes across the states, Ohio GOP becomes the Trump Party, and the Maryland Assembly’s “90 days of terror”: US state blog roundup for 7-13 January

Budget holes across the states, Ohio GOP becomes the Trump Party, and the Maryland Assembly’s “90 days of terror”: US state blog roundup for 7-13 January

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson, looks at the week in US state blogging. Click here for our weekly roundup of national blogs. 
Northeast 
On Monday, VTDigger looks at the budget pressures which face the Green Mountain State in 2017. They comment that there is likely to be a gap of $70 million between state spending and revenue in the coming fiscal year, one […]

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    Obamacare repeal progresses, Biden the record-setter, and how do Americans get rich?: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 7-13th

Obamacare repeal progresses, Biden the record-setter, and how do Americans get rich?: roundup of US academic political blogging for January 7-13th

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USAPP Managing Editor, Chris Gilson looks at the best of the week’s political blogging from academics and think-tanks. Don’t see a blog referenced here that you think we should be reading? Let us know what we’ve missed out and we’ll try to include it next week. 
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President-elect Trump and the Republican Party 
On Saturday this week, ImmigrationProfBlog reports that President-elect […]

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