James Muller

Professor of Political Science, University of Alaska at Anchorage

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Professor of Political Science at University in Alaska, Anchorage

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Governor Sarah Palin could not be more popular in Alaska, but how is she playing in the lower 48?

Palin Injects Excitement but Questions Still Remain

Governor Sarah Palin could not be more popular in Alaska, but how is she playing in the lower 48?

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Governor Sarah Palin  could not be more popular in Alaska, but how is she playing in the lower 48?  Post-convention  polls  indicate a surge in Republican enthusiasm for the …

Palin Injects Excitement but Questions Still Remain

Governor Sarah Palin could not be more popular in Alaska, but how is she playing in the lower 48?  Post-convention polls indicate a surge in Republican enthusiasm for the …

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