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A Very British Political Mess

by Angela Dawn Wright

Why Does The Electoral College Exist?

by Katherine Fry

8 Ways to Consider the Question of Who Should Lead, as 2020 Approaches

by Stan McChrystal
The American flag flies outside the U.S. Capitol before sunrise in Washington, D.C., U.S. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Is the Age of Likable Leadership Over?

by Julie Brown, Administrative Assistant to Anchors, NBC News

What We Need to Talk About When We Talk About Health

by Dr. Sandro Galea

How to Hack My Life For Midterm Election Night

by Harris Faulkner

Why It Matters When Women Lead In Politics and Why You Should Vote

by Pat Mitchell
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Today We Vote

by Tracy Uttley

Generation Z is the Most Stressed About Issues in the News Yet the Least Likely to Vote

by Business Insider

Y’our Voice! Y’our Vote! Y’our Home!

by alison goldwyn

Voting As A Spiritual Practice

by Sharon Salzberg

The trump factor is the fear factor.

by Dr. John DuBose EdD

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