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American University’s Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies (CCPS) serves scholars, students, policymakers and the public by propelling actionable research, providing public education and promoting a more reasonable democratic square.
Perceptions of factual reality now come in partisan shades of red and blue, rendering large swaths of the American citizenry stubbornly misinformed and ever more disdainful of inter-partisan cooperation. What are the factors, specifically, that drive such dueling fact perceptions? What are the ensuing consequences? And how effective are the correctives to misinformation that reformers have proposed?
Congress & the Presidency Journal
This publication is an interdisciplinary journal of political science and history, published by American University, Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies since 1984. The journal is now being published three times a year. Congress & the Presidency features articles on Congress, the President, the interaction between the two institutions, and national policy-making.
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Shepherd Smith stands out on Fox as aiming for objective journalism. Rare opportunity for real persuasion among conservatives, because he is not part of what they view as liberal media establishment. https://t.co/XTto4PD21s#axiosam
"it’s now out in the bloodstream of America that, in effect, the president is indeed above the law. This is an argument, no matter how this struggle over Trump’s powers and actions comes out, that won’t go away any time soon." https://t.co/o2Xabh8dCo