Political Ignorance Revisited
By Stephen Earl Bennett
Most Americans are out to lunch when it comes to basic information about politics.
Deliberation and Its Discontents
By Frank Louis Rusciano
Deliberative discussions cannot cure all of the ills of postmodern democracy, but they do appear to have potential. (more)
When the Trains Exploded in Madrid: Fear, Anger, Public Opinion, and Government Change
By Kenneth A. Rasinski, Tom W. Smith, and Juan Díez-Nicolás
There were similarities between the Spanish attacks and those of September 11. The political fallout, however, was much different. (more)
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