United States

A Modern Choice on Life

In 1939, a bill was placed before Congress seeking to allow 20,000 Jewish refugee children into America to escape the horrors of the Holocaust. In a flurry of America-first sentiment, the bill died on the Senate floor, and the would-be refugees were left to their fate. Seventy-one years to date after the largest Nazi death […]

Battle Lines: Bipartisanship in the Age of Trump

In the age of Trump, unlikely bipartisanship has blossomed. Ever since President Trump’s shocking victory last November, he has shown no signs of giving up his raucous and bombastic style, much to the dismay of his opponents and some of his supporters. In addition, his administration has become embroiled in a series of embarrassing PR […]

The Coddling of the Republican Mind

Young Republicans are more likely than young Democrats to feel that politics are becoming less civilized, even though conservatives regularly criticize young liberals for being too sensitive in their rhetoric

Engagement on Our Own Terms

Young Americans are more interested in getting involved in politics after the election, but they want to engage in their own way

Youth in Service: A New Normal for America?

Many young Americans are committed to the idea of national service. However, the US lacks the large-scale service opportunities that other nations provide

HPRgument: HPOP Winter 2017 Poll

HPR writers analyze Harvard Public Opinion Project data about millennial attitudes in the wake of the election.