Michael Kazin

Georgetown University

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"Black Lives Matter" was a phrase used on Facebook after the killing of Trayvon Martin in 2012.

Does Black Lives Matter have staying power?

"Black Lives Matter" was a phrase used on Facebook after the killing of Trayvon Martin in 2012.

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The government shutdown is having ripple effects beyond the furloughing of hundreds of thousands of federal workers.

Does the Government Shutdown Matter Outside the Beltway?

The government shutdown is having ripple effects beyond the furloughing of hundreds of thousands of federal workers.

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The  latest Field Poll  shows California voters evenly split on the "Occupy" movement. Those who identify think financial institutions are responsible for today's economy.

Occupy Movement's Last Gasp or a New Beginning?

The latest Field Poll shows California voters evenly split on the "Occupy" movement. Those who identify think financial institutions are responsible for today's economy.

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