Jonathan Zimmerman

New York University

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Students at Princeton are demanding that Woodrow Wilson’s name be removed from university buildings and institutions because of his racist views.

Woodrow Wilson's Legacy at Center of Princeton Protests

Students at Princeton are demanding that Woodrow Wilson’s name be removed from university buildings and institutions because of his racist views.

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The approval ratings of Congress are at historic lows, according to the modern measurements of public opinion polling.

Disgust with Congress Through the Years

The approval ratings of Congress are at historic lows, according to the modern measurements of public opinion polling.

from To the Point

In tomorrow's  Wisconsin recall election , the target is Republican Governor Scott Walker, and the issue is the rights of public workers.

Partisan Battles in Swing States and the November Elections

In tomorrow's Wisconsin recall election , the target is Republican Governor Scott Walker, and the issue is the rights of public workers.

from To the Point

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