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Crafting U.S. Africa Policy Amidst Chinese Competition

Charles Ray
Despite China’s Ties, America’s Africa Policy Should Focus on Mutual Benefit By Charles Ray – Former U.S. Ambassador; Chair of the Africa Program, Foreign Policy Research...
Domestic Policy Political Pen Pals

A Debate on Student Loan Forgiveness

Ashley Harrington and Neal McCluskey
Should President Biden Forgive Student Loans? And What Are the Consequences?   President Biden Should Immediately Cancel Student Debt Through Executive Action   By Ashley Harrington –...
Constitutional Questions Political Pen Pals Politics

Does Supreme Court Expansion Controversy Obscure a More Fundamental Problem?

Russell Wheeler and Robert Wilkes
Experts Debate the Risks and Rewards of Potential Supreme Court Expansion Hypocrisy and Representational Imbalance Bolster Calls for Expanding the Supreme Court By Russell Wheeler –...
Constitutional Questions Destruction of Democracy Political Pen Pals

Voting Rights Today: Founder’s Federalism or the New Jim Crow?

John C. Fortier and Walter Suza
Differing Perspectives on the History of Voting Rights and Implications Today A look into the Independent Nature of State and Local Government Elections By John...
Constitutional Questions Political Pen Pals Spirited Discussions

Automatic Voter Registration: Better for Voters and Election Security?

Kristin Eberhard and Jeff Jacoby
A spirited debate on the legitimacy of the Automatic Vote Registration Automating Voter Registration Will Remove Barriers to Voting While Preventing Fraud By Kristin Eberhard...
Constitutional Questions Domestic Policy Political Pen Pals

Do We Need the Equal Rights Amendment Today?

Multiple Perspectives on the ERA and its Impact on Women’s Rights In Name Only: The Inequality of the Equal Rights Amendment By Cathi Herrod –...
Biden First 100 Days Domestic Policy Political Pen Pals

Biden at 100 Days: Political Overreach or Building Back Better?

Robert Wilkes and Joe Schuman
Perspectives From Both Sides on Biden’s First 100 Days in Office Biden’s Political Overreach will Cost Democrats Dearly By Robert Wilkes – Senior Correspondent, Divided...
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