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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 ...
Struggles Unites Blacks, Jews, But Economic Forces Divide
The story is about the divide between the blacks and the jews in their support for the democratic party. Professor of government, Phil Klinkner is quoted. More ...
George Bush Considers Himself A Loyal Republican.
The story is about the Presidential convention. Government Professor Phil Klinkner is quoted in the story. More ...
The (Still) Relevant Socialist
This is a favorable book review of History Professor Maurice Isserman's The Other American. More ...
Global Atlanta: Law Overlook Women, Latinos. Lack Of Definition As Minorities Loses Them Business.
The article is about how women and Latinos do not qualify as minorities under Georgia law. Professor Phil Klinkner is included in the story for his expertise. More ...
Imposing Ghosts Were Hovering - Richard Nelson Had James Joyce And John Huston To Deal With In Turning
The story is about Tony Award winner Richard Nelson '72, and it includes reference to his time at Hamilton College. More ...
Here, There and Everywhere: A Quantum State Of Mind
The story explores the development of quantum mechanics. A section focuses on physics professor Phil Pearle and his work in the field. More ...
The Patriot, The Other American, The Life Of Michael Harrington, By Maurice Isserman
The article discusses the book "The Other American - The Life of Michael Harrington," by Maurice Isserman, professor at Hamilton College. More ...
Subtly But Stubbornly, Race Always Seeps Into Politics
The article discusses how black Americans often play a role in defining presidential candidates. Professor of government, Phil Klinkner is quoted in the story. More ...
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