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Archived News -2010

  • 08/27/10 http://bit.ly/11HR7Kh - The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Welcomes New Colleagues 
  • 08/27/10 http://bit.ly/10a7oqd - The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Recaps Inaugural year of activity at CSDI
  • 03/11/10 http://bit.ly/Ytkt2u - Renowned journalists offer behind-the-scenes perspective on 2008 presidential election (news.vanderbilt.edu) "We are delighted that two of the most highly respected journalists in D.C. can join us to share their insights on the 2008 presidential election and its significance for the mid-term races," said [JohnGeer, who co-directs the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions with Vanderbilt political scientists Josh Clinton and David Lewis.
  • Thomas E. Mann headlined the official launch of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions on October 28 with his talk, "The 2010 Midterm Elections: Driving Forces, Likely Outcomes, Possible Consequences."

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NYT - Larry Bartels has documented that the rich have about three times as much influence as the poor on votes in the United States Senate.

VoxWhy the Israel-Palestine conversation is so polarized -  A 2006 study by Larry Bartels and Chris Achen (Princeton) is referenced. 

Vanderbilt News In 2013, Seigenthaler and author David Maraniss co-led a conversation at the First Amendment Center about the Gettysburg Address to mark its 150th anniversary...

 Washington Post  - U.S. presidential election results, for example, can be remarkably and accurately predicted by economic growth preceding the election...

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