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Elizabeth Price Foley

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Institute for Justice Chair in Constitutional Litigation and Professor of Law at Florida International University College of Law and author of The Tea Party: Three Principles

Elizabeth Price Foley on KCRW

The presidential race is beginning to find its focus, but there’s widespread mistrust of all three branches of government.

Fading Trust in American Institutions

The presidential race is beginning to find its focus, but there’s widespread mistrust of all three branches of government.

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From the Left to the Right, there's a loss of confidence in political institutions: not just the Congress any more, but also the Presidency and the US Supreme Court.

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