Heading into the 2020 presidential election, many policy debates surround measures which would help to address economic insecurity, such as Medicare-for-All and higher minimum wage laws. In new research, Mallory E. Compton and Christine S. Lipsmeyer look into what drives voters to support more government spending on one such policy – unemployment insurance. They find that when the economy […]
Popular posts this week
- Americans are in favor of interracial marriage until they are asked about their own family
- The FBI’s unprecedented Mar-a-Lago raid may energize support for Trump among the Republican base
- How “woke” became weaponized in the culture wars
- What Happened?: The 2020 election confirmed that Ohio is no longer a swing state.
D. Kaan Akcay reviews Authoritarian Contagion: The Global Threat to Democracy by Luke Cooper
Christopher Finlay reviews Conflict, War, and Revolution: The Problem of Politics in International Political Thought by Paul Kelly
Jonathan Pye and Sara Castro Cantú review Manufacturing Celebrity: Latino Paparazzi and Women Reporters in Hollywood by Vanessa Díaz
Kaibalyapati Mishra reviews Macroeconomics: An Introduction by Alex M. Thomas by Alex M. Thomas.