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    Generational Shifts and Voting Patterns

    Paul Taylor talked about his book, The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown, in which he uses economic, demographic, social and political data to illustrate major…

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    The Next America

    Paul Taylor talks about his book, The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown, which uses economic, demographic, social, and political data to illustrate…

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    Paul Taylor on Millennials and the 2016 Election

    Paul Taylor talked by telephone about his piece in Time magazine the previous day, “The One Way Millennials Could Still Change the World: Twentysomethings Are Financially Stressed, Socially Liberal and…

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    The Next America

    Paul Taylor talked about his book, The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown, in which he draws on data from the Pew Research Center to tell readers where the…

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    Consumer Trends and the Food System

    Panelists talked about the food industry and consumer trends. They used PowerPoint presentations as they discussed how millennials were shaping the nation’s food system. “Consumer Trends: How are…

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    After Words with Paul Taylor

    Paul Taylor talked about his book, The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown, in which he draws on data from the Pew Research Center to tell readers where the U.S.…

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    State of Retirement in the U.S.

    Paul Taylor spoke about the state of retirement the state of retirement savings for older Americans and new findings that the U.S. could be facing a retirement deficit as high as $6.6 trillion. He also…

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    Changes in the Middle Class

    Paul Taylor spoke about a recent Pew Research Center that indicated a decline in numbers and income levels in the American middle class. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.…

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    Voter Demographics and Economics in the 2012 Elections

    Political reporters and analysts discussed about the changing demographics possibly affecting the 2012 elections. The panel came to the consensus that President Obama was losing ground with…

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    Report: U.S. Unauthorized Immigration Down

    Paul Taylor talked about a new report by the Pew Hispanic Center which finds that unauthorized immigration into the U.S. was nearly two-thirds smaller from 2007-09, than it was from…

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    See How They Run

    See How They Run: Electing the President in an Age of Mediaocracy was discussed by the author, Paul Taylor. As a political correspondent for the Washington Post, Mr. Taylor covered the 1988 presidential election…

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    Politics After September 11th Attacks

    Participants talked about how politics had changed since September 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. Among the topics they addressed were new polling and focus group findings and an analysis…

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    Media Coverage of Election 2000

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    Campaign Finance Reform

    Mr. Taylor talked about the importance of campaign finance reform and the effect the issue will have in the 2000 presidential campaign. He also focused on the importance of local media…

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    Campaign for Candidate Air Time

    The participants talked to reporters about the role of television in the 2000 campaign. Mr. Taylor announced a year-long research and advocacy effort studying how campaign money is spent and its…

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    Campaigns and Campaign Finance Reforms

    The Annenberg Public Policy Center hosted a conference on campaign finance reform. Participants spoke about a variety of topics, including: “soft money,” shifts in the relationships between…

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    Jesse Ventura Campaign

    The Annenberg Public Policy Center hosted a discussion on the campaign of Minnesota Governor-Elect Jesse Ventura (Reform.) Participants spoke about his campaign and the strategy involved in…

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    Expenditure Limits

    The panelists discussed campaign spending limits and other ways to reduce campaign costs both at the federal and local levels. After their prepared remarks the panelists took questions from…

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    Beyond Attack Ads and Sound Bites

    The Alliance for Better Campaigns hosted a discussion among news directors and political campaign consultants on new ways for candidates to engage in televised political debate and campaign…

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    Broadcast Spectrum Allocation

    Common Cause representatives and others released a report on broadcast spectrum allocation titled “Channeling Influence.” The report examined how major U.S. broadcasters have lobbied to…

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