Post Election Observations by Dartmouth Experts Outcomes of the 2008 Election Event Introduction by Ronald Shaiko, Senior
Newsweek columnist Jonathan Alter discusses why the 2008 presidential race is of such historic significance. Series: Walter H.
SONU BEDI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF GOVERNMENT, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Rejecting Rights: Reframing the Debate
Finally, It's Over: The 2016 Election and Its Aftermath Panel discussing results of 2016 elections. Profs. of Government Dean Lacy
William C. Wohlforth Daniel Webster Professor of Government Chair, Department of Government.
Our Prime Minister Steven Harper wants change, we sould give it to him.
(May 12, 2010) Robert Sapolsky continues his lectures about aggression in humans but also continues to talk about other emotions
Historical Election Year 2008. John McCain vs. Barack Obama for the presidency. See Flypaper News report the atmosphere here in
Debtor Nation: The Threat to America's Future PANEL DISCUSSION Moderator, MARJORIE ROSE, SENIOR LECTURER,
As speculation of who the 2012 GOP candidate will be and with Dartmouth College set to host the GOP debates in October,
Andrew Samwick, Professor of Economics and Director, Rockefeller Center - Moderator, Nancy Marion, Professor of Economics,
Dartmouth Professor Donald Pease discusses the playwright August Wilson in Dartmouth's annual Presidential Lecture, "August
Kinston Election night speech 2.
In an informal conversation and interview by a student actor from the cast of "The Grapes of Wrath," Dartmouth President James
spontaneous parade of 1/4 of the school in honor of obama victory.
Why Facts and Science Don't Always Change People's Minds Why do people hold so many false or unsupported beliefs and why
November 8, 2012 What Now? Post-Election Opportunities & Challenges Room 003, Rockefeller Center 4:30 PM Panelists: Joseph
Political Rhetoric and Civility in the 2008 Presidential Election Sponsored by the Class of 68 and the Goldman School of Public
Disability Insurance and the Great Recession Nicole Maestas, Harvard University and NBER; Kathleen Mullen*, RAND Corporation;
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