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Tuesday, February 5, 2008
The Senate was bogged down the last Wednesday in April of 2004 when an angry John McCain (R-AZ) blurted out publicly what many colleagues had been muttering in private: “Why don’t we just go home . . . rather than go through this charade of telling Americans that we are
January 1, 2008 What are we known for? Two days in August 2007.
January 1, 2008 Revisiting Judicial Elections: Is Re-Evaluation Necessary?
August 2, 2007 WHO’S COUNTING? Census, Immigration, Representation and Mississippi’s Business Environment
March 1, 2007 America as Post-Partisan?
March 1, 2007 Should We Continue Efforts to Integrate Human Services Income Supports and Related Programs?
February 5, 2007 Residual Votes in Mississippi: 2003 and 2004
May 1, 2002 Mississippi Votes 2000: A Comprehensive Examination of Politics and Elections
November 11, 1999 The Political Legacy of Senator John C. Stennis: Exploring Stennis' Influence on the Civil Rights Struggle
November 11, 1999 The Political Legacy of Senator John C. Stennis: Exploring Stennis' Influence on the 'Race for Space'
November 11, 1999 The Political Legacy of Senator John C. Stennis: Exploring Stennis' Influence on US/Cuban Relations
June 1, 1998 An Overview of Partisan Voting and the 1996 General Election
May 1, 1996 The Mississippi Republican Party: One Candidate's Viewpoint
March 1, 1995 Mississippi Votes 1995: Volume 1
November 16, 1993 Alternate Forms of Local Government: Expanding the Options