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NYT -In an analysis of the upcoming British general election, Paul Krugman draws on research by Larry Bartels (themonkeycage.org/2013/01/08/obama-toes-the-line/) to support the claim that voters' "short memories" provide "little or no political reward for good policy."
Washington Post - Larry Bartels asks "Can 'conservative principles' boost working-class incomes?"
Washington Post - Alan Wiseman and Craig Volden outline "The 5 Habits of Highly Effective Legislators."
Tennessean - Latest Vanderbilt Poll showcases Tennesseans' views on abortion, Common Core and Medicaid Expansion
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.
Vox - Why 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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