This page shows a weekly updated list of the past week’s ten most popular blog posts by readership.

  1. How Black fraternities are actually harmful to Black culture in the US – Ali Chambers – 15 September 2017

  2. Obama’s legacy is as a disappointingly conventional president – David Wise – 30 April

  3. Political parties shape public opinion, but their influence is limited. – Kevin J. Mullinix – 18 April 2017

  4. Inequality and the 1%: what The Economist overlooked – Andy Summer – 18 December

  5. The Senate as an Impeachment Court should not be the Senate as usual – Jeffrey K. Tulis – 17 December

  6. How party polarization makes the legislative process even slower when government is divided. – Tyler Hughes and Deven Carlson  – 19 May 2015

  7. The curse of slavery has left an intergenerational legacy of trauma and poor health for African Americans – Michael J Halloran – 8 March

  8. How populism can help explain the support for the 2020 Democratic Primary candidates – Kal Munis, Richard Burke, Nicole Huffman, and Connor Munis –  16 December 

  9. Why do some states elect two Senators from different parties? Don’t blame it on strategic voters. – Chris Donnelly – 31 August 2015

  10. Surprise! Christmas Spending Isn’t Good for the Economy – 27 November 2015 – David Kyle Johnson