WASHINGTON—In a press conference this Monday, the President Obama admitted to being deeply confused by the mixed signals he was receiving from Congress during the most recent negotiations surrounding immigration reform. “First they try to sue me for doing things my way, then they tell me to work things out on my own. It’s like we’re not even speaking the ... Read More
Articles By: Priyanka Menon
Priyanka Menon '16 is the Covers Editor of the Harvard Political Review.
It is indeed, “time to try democracy,” just not the way that William Deresiewicz advocates in his most recent article.
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Ten HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more!
Reporting on Huntsman, Rudd, and Richburg's conversation about the rise of China and US-China relations in the JFK Forum.
The HPR's Zak Lutz and Priyanka Menon liveblog House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's JFK Forum Address
The New York Times asks: was the three-fifths compromise in the Constitution really as necessary as we are taught?