Presidents, Populism, and the Crisis of Democracy
University of Chicago Professor William Howell and Stanford University Professor Terry Moe discussed their thoughts on the structural changes that they say are needed to create a more effective and responsive government. This virtual event was sponsored by Seminary Co-op Bookstore and the University of Chicago. close
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