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Lectures in History: First Ladies' Memoirs

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Lectures in History: First Ladies' Memoirs -- Washington University in St. Louis Professor Peter Kastor led a discussion comparing several first ladies' memoirs, from Sarah Polk to Michelle Obama. He and his class talked about subjects covered in most first ladies' memoirs and how they differ from those written by presidents (see 11/19/20 video).

Texas’s Disaster Is Over. The Fallout Is Just Beginning.

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Weidenbaum Center Research Fellow Andrew Reeves quoted and his study referenced in the Atlantic

Portland Welcomes Monument (Origin Unknown) to Black Man Who Reached Pacific in 1805

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Weidenbaum Center Public Policy Lunch Speaker quoted in New York Times

Roads, trains and day cares: Experts say economic recovery hinges on child-care infrastructure

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Caitlyn Collins quoted in The Lilly

Distribute Vaccine Quickly and Fairly

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Weidenbaum Center Public Policy Meeting Speaker Dr. Michael Kinch interviewed on KTRS Talk Radio, St. Louis

St. Louis professors say vaccines could lead to an economic rebound by fall

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Center Director Steve Fazzari interviewed on KSDK-TV, St. Louis

Trump legal troubles may not be over despite Senate acquittal

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Weidenbaum Center Research Fellow Gregory Magarian quoted in The Hill

Trump’s legacy: unprecedented

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Center Director Steven Fazzari is guest on inaugural episode of the American Democracy Lab podcast

COVID forced Australian fathers to do more at home, but at the same cost mothers have long endured

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Caitlyn Collins a co-author in referenced study

What Senate Democrats Say They Can (Maybe) Get Done on Gun Reform

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Former Center Director Steven S. Smith quoted in The Trace

Moms with straight As in high school get similar leadership opportunities as dads who got failing grades

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Caitlyn Collins interviewed for Marketplace

What Is Emotional Labor, Really? You Might Be Surprised

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Weidenbaum Center Grant Recipient Adia Wingfield quoted in Wellness