The Harvard Political Review, founded in 1969, is America’s preeminent undergraduate journal of politics and public policy.
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- Harvard Wears Denim
- Civic Illiteracy in America
- Return to Harlem: The Modern Black Renaissance
- Macron: The Anti-Establishment Centrist
- Defeated, but Unbowed: Mélenchon and France’s Far Left
- HPRgument: French Presidential Election
- “Safe Space”: The Harvard Political Union and the 2016 Election
- How Harvard Students and Local Businesses Are Growing Apart
- Dressed to Express: Fashion’s Role as a Political Medium
- The Changing Face of Hate
- How John Oliver Usurped a Genre
- A Semester with Divest
- Who Owns the ‘Redskins’?
- Mike Huckabee: Former Governor of Arkansas
- Lessons from Paradise: A Letter From Colombo
- Alex Burns ’08: Smarter Intelligence
- National Health, National Security
- Why Harvard Undergrads Are Not Liberalizing China
- Keystone Confusion
- Will Wealth Bring Democracy to Hong Kong?
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