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Sonia L. Alianak Ph.D.

Title: Political Science Professor
Company: University of Texas Pan American
Location: Edinburg, PA United States

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Political Science? Who Dat?

Sometimes when people ask me my major they go “Oh. What’s that?” And because I’ve been interested in politics for so long I’m always surprised people don’t know what it is. 821 more words

The Modi Myth

A long-term observer and analyst of the Indian political scene takes a hard look at the Narendra Modi phenomenon in this book.

S. Nihal Singh believes that the rise of Modi marks a sharp break from more than six decades of political consensus. 141 more words

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Time, Forum, & Purpose: Some Musings On The People's Process

This will be the only political post on this blog for the remainder of 2016’s election season. I will be assuming the duties of an election judge, I have not been to training nor have I assumed the duties of the office yet, so I am in no way electioneering as I am in cyberspace not the polling place. 772 more words

Life Lessons

Give Us the Ballot

The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America

Ari Berman

A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist, Nonfiction
A New York Times Notable Book of 2015… 225 more words


New Omelas and the Lesser Evils


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New Omelas and the Lesser Evils

by Bryan Perkins

“We live in capitalism, its power seems inescapable—but then, so did the divine right of kings.

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Security and Religiosity: The Jacksonian Values that Wed American Society to Faith

There is a set of academic literature that suggests there is a negative relationship between existential security and religiosity. As security increases, we become less religious as a society. 963 more words