McCormack Speaks

November 1, 2016
by McCormack Speaks

A Wicked Portrayal: International Affairs in the 2016 Presidential Debates

by Marcia Mundt Public Policy PhD student Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton engaged in three heated and colorful debates this election season discussing controversial issues including police violence, appointing a new justice on the Supreme Court, and the future of … Continue reading

October 28, 2016
by McCormack Speaks

On the third presidential debate of 2016

by George Chichirau Public Policy PhD student              The final debate of the current campaign season touched on a large number of themes, and in far more detail than previous ones (although the bar was set very low early … Continue reading

October 12, 2016
by McCormack Speaks

Prospects for Obamacare Under the New Presidency

by Professor Amit Patel Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs For a while during the second presidential debate, it seemed like policy issues might never come up and the evening will only be dedicated to various scandals: Bill Clinton’s … Continue reading

September 29, 2016
by justinmaher
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Reflections on the First 2016 Presidential Debate

After Monday’s historic presidential debate, we asked Mark Warren and Christian Weller, professors in our Department of Public Policy and Public Affairs, for their thoughts on the policy issues each candidate addressed.

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