Douglas McAdam of Stanford University will talk on the roles social movements and electoral politics have made in shifts in public policy—pushing Republicans and Democrats away from the center and more toward the fringes. Using data from polls, he will show insights about the upcoming 2016 presidential election.
Registration is not required for this event. However, registrants will receive emailed directions and parking instructions the day of the event and updates on the event, if necessary. Click here to register for this event.
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Washington University's Department of Sociology is hosting this lecture, with co-sponsorship from the Weidenbaum Center and School of Law’s Public Interest Law & Policy Speakers Series.