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On SAGE Insight: American Government: Stories of a Nation

Author: Scott F. Abernathy – University of Minnesota American Government: Stories of a Nation is featured on SAGE Insight to celebrate Academic Book Week Real People. Real Stories. Real Politics Politics involves people, from many backgrounds, struggling to make their voices heard. Real … Continue reading

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Are coalitions the inevitable future for UK governments?

From Political Science Two heads are better than one? Assessing the implications of the Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition for UK politics The UK’s political system has been recognized as a model delivering a stable one party government, but 2010 has proved … Continue reading

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Are WikiLeaks revelations an essential method of holding the US government to account?

The urge to classify From Index on Censorship Are revelations by WikiLeaks one of the few means of holding the government to account? When Barack Obama took office as president he identified transparency as one of the highest priorities on … Continue reading

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