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The Faith of the Faithless Electors

Will enough of them go rogue to stop Donald Trump? Probably not. But the effort alone gives you hope.

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Lessons the 2016 election taught political scientists.

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The Sexual Abuse Scandal in English Soccer Is Penn State on a Larger Scale

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