Vanderbilt Political Review

OP-ED: The Implications of Charles Bookers Senate Race Against Rand Paul
OP-ED: The Implications of Charles Booker's Senate Race Against Rand Paul
October 15, 2021

For the past 22 years, the two Kentucky seats in the United States Senate have been controlled by Republicans. The two current senators—Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell...

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OP-ED: Vanderbilt Student Government - The New Divider
OP-ED: Vanderbilt Student Government - The New Divider
May 27, 2021
It has been several decades since the U.S. political climate was as divisive as it is today. Social media, for example, has fueled an increased polarization of citizens on both ends of the political spectrum. In the 2020 election, 90% of both Republicans and Democrats were “very concerned” that the opposing candidate would create lasting harm to the country, according to a poll by the Pew Research Center. January saw far-right insurrectionists storm the Capitol building. Far-left extremists rioted throughout the four years of the Trump presidency. 
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