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Is the ‘Populist’ tide retreating?
Still, one should not read too much about ... At the time of the election, 64% of the respondents said they favored active involvement in world affairs, and that number rose to 70% in the 2018 poll, t... read more
Insight: Is the workplace car levy a panacea for urban congestion or a poll tax on wheels?
Were they to press ahead, the specifics would be up to them. Other criticism, however, has mirrored that experienced in Nottingham. The AA has claimed that – if passed on from employer to employee – i... read more
Why NCAA women’s March Madness bracket needs to change
That’s changing ... teams is still growing, and making games as accessible as possible is a way to make sure people are actually there. But with more teams than ever who can compete at a high level — ... read more
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It’ll be difficult to stop voter apathy in Nigeria’s elections – Prof Onuoha
What would inform their decision is interest, and the painful aspect of our situation is that many voters have no view apart ... They should have sustained and capitalised on that high tide ... read more
A Year Later, Parkland Activists’ Pain Hasn’t Lessened. Neither Has Their Resolve.
The tragedy that could have torn the school community apart ... because they have succeeded in changing the way Americans vote. Almost 49.3 percent of eligible voters showed up to the polls ... read more
‘At school they called me a “leper” – now I’m a model’: Meet the skin positivity champion helping to redefine beauty
The movement is still in its infancy and the conversation is ongoing, with people of all genders and ages increasingly opening up about the shame, humiliation and anxiety they’ve experienced as ... read more
The Battle Lines Have Been Drawn on the Green New Deal
Or they could ... playing a game-changing leadership role. If there is a new administration ready to leap into that role in January 2021, meeting those targets would still be extraordinarily ... read more
A Tale of Schools: Tears, fears and some light in the darkness
In the rural Eastern Cape, about 100km and an hour-and-a-half’s drive apart, are two schools ... the classrooms tidy. They often bunk that duty. Salespeople visit fairly often; their wares include sho... read more
The Soothing Promise of Our Own Artisanal Internet
says Glitch CEO Anil Dash, who helped create some early social web tools 15 years ago at Six Apart and has long argued ... services like Flickr and Tumblr after they were swallowed by larger tech comp... read more
And Somewhere There Are Engineers…
Mere browsing the net tells us that apart ... still continue unabated. 7 One knows there is a thing called poverty line. Governments keep changing the definition of poverty line – which they ... read more
Scotland dreads Brexit. But is it enough to boost sentiment for Scottish independence?
In interviews and opinion polls, many Scots say they ... and the pound sterling, and still be independent, was the thinking. Ultimately, voters decided — 55 percent to 45 percent — that they wanted to ... read more
Legalizing marijuana a too-familiar script
The last Franklin & Marshall College state poll to survey voters on the question (September ... have been clear that they would fiercely oppose changing state law. And for a while, two years at least, ... read more