Libby Nelson

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In a nation divided, we can all agree on one thing: “I Voted”  stickers  are awesome. They’ve been around since the 1980s and are a $30 million business per year.

What’s the story behind those “I Voted” stickers?

In a nation divided, we can all agree on one thing: “I Voted” stickers are awesome. They’ve been around since the 1980s and are a $30 million business per year.

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How Pepe the Frog was co-opted by the alt-right

In an election season that’s been criticized as cartoonish, it must be noted that actual cartoons are also playing a role. For example, Pepe the Frog.

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Affordable College: The New American Dream

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