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Who Won? There's Deep Disagreement Among Experts
The article is about the disagreement over who won the initial debate in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in New York. Phil Klinkner, a government professor at Hamilton College gives it to Lazio. More ...
Upstate Companies Not Using New Management Practices, Survey Finds
The story is about the results of a Hamilton/Zogby study which showed that the upstate NY region has failed to adopt new workplace models. More ...
The Buddhist Path It's Becoming Well-Traveled, Both With Serious, Long-Term Practitioners And Those Simply Curious About Its Contemplative Approach To Life.
The story is about the rise in popularity of Buddhism in America and religion professor Richard Seager, an expert on American Buddhism is quoted. More ...
No Overcrowded Classrooms Here Higher Education Duval County Homeschool Population On Rise
The story is about the rise in popularity of home schooling. Sociology professor Mitchell Stevens, an expert on home-schooling, is quoted. More ...
90% Of Students For Gun Control, Survey Finds
This story is based on the Hamilton Gun Survey of Young Americans conducted by Sociology Professor Dennis Gilbert and his students. More ...
High Schoolers Favor Gun Curbs But NRA Calls Survey Flawed
This story is about the Hamilton Gun Survey of Young Americans and the NRA's reaction to the results of the survey. More ...
Clinton Still Draws A Crowd
Government professor Phil Klinkner is quoted in this story about the television ratings between the Republican and Democratic conventions. More ...
The Democratic Convention: Clinton Faces Dual Tasks In Speech Tonight
Government professor Phil Klinkner is quoted in this story about Clinton's speech at the Democratic National Convention. More ...
The Protesters Of 1960 Helped Change The World
Government professor Maurice Isserman comments on the Democratic national convention of 1960 in Los Angeles in reference to the upcoming convention. More ...
What If A Two-Party System Gets Down To One?
The article discusses the possibility of Republican control of the federal government if George W. Bush were to get elected. Professor Phil Klinkmer is quoted on his opinion in the article. More ...
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