Category Archives: With Sources!
Robert Maranto University of Arkansas Just the Facts Ma’am (and a Few Stories): What We Need in Civic Education More high school seniors identified Germany, Japan or Italy as U.S. allies in World War II than identified the Soviet Union. · Two-thirds … Continue reading
A few weeks ago Logan posted about photographs of the President and how recently the office has become much more concerned with image management than it has in the past. To the point (he maintained) that it is almost impossible for … Continue reading
Political scientist Polsby and James Pfiffner both agree: today’s congressional polarization began when the South turned away from its traditional Democratic roots and into the arms of the Republican Party. According to Sean M. Theriault (political scientist), when the South … Continue reading
By Logan Living in a community is tough. Living in society never was easy either. Looking at history and the collateral damage that arises from new technology demonstrates that society is flawed, challenging, and complex, yet preferred when faced with … Continue reading