Tag: political science
Excellent article on the development of Japanese carrier aviation in the months before Pearl Harbor: The picture that emerges is of an enemy carrier force whose capabilities in late 1941 were mutating
Bobo’s fantasies about elites and bipartisanship notwithstanding, to the extent that the British system is “functional” where the American system isn’t, it’s because the
Congrats to John Sides! I should say that I have some substantive (and substantial) disagreements with John’s characterization of the role that blogging should play in political science, but tha
If the methodology shows JFK as being substantially to the left of LBJ or FDR, it’s pretty limited. Or, really, it works better for members of Congress than presidents — as you can see wit
This has inspired me to work on a hill giant professor build. …and we should never neglect the Cylons, of course.
The recent Sheen-stravaganza brings these thoughts to mind. Bernstein: Remember: if you’re reading this blog, odds are good that you’re at least in the top 10% of all Americans in politica
I’ve said this before, but I think it’s worth adding a few caveats to Dylan Matthews’s roundup of political science literature on the Supreme Courts. Particularly when the attitudina
You might think it’s laziness, but actually it’s science. And as for the otherwise even-more-irrelevant response, all you can say is that Paul Ryan is a complete fraud.