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Does clemency for Roger Stone send a message to Trump supporters to break the law in support of the president? @ScharSchool professor Jim Pfiffner talks about what message the clemency of #RogerStone could send for the future. bit.ly/30ao1te https://t.co/sWmaWNrboF
As @wto searches for new leadership, competing narratives, countries, and inequalities heat the debate. @ScharSchool's @Prof_JPSingh writes about the dynamics of such an important decision in a recent op-ed. bit.ly/2CxP1uw https://t.co/O16QQyJI7Y
Will a blue wave hit in the upcoming presidential election? Senior policy analyst and @ScharSchool professor @BillSchneiderDC comments about recent polling numbers in an op-ed, and how they differ from the upset election of 2016. bit.ly/2Zodziy https://t.co/iln2DUxcaE
Alexander Hamilton would have disagreed with President Trump's idea of clemency and his use of the power to pardon Roger Stone, says @ScharSchool Dean @MarkJRozellGMU, but other presidents have come under similar fire in the past. n.pr/2DEjBmZ https://t.co/i2qMc9pJu0
'Social Justice in America Week' continues Tue., 7/14, at noon: @ScharSchool's @chrisberk, @marielylopezs & guests discuss prisons & welfare state in the wake of COVID-19 and the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. bit.ly/2Whh3l3 https://t.co/lOmXxUMkTz
Today is the day! @ScharSchool scholars and their guests begin a week of webinars examining "Social Justice in America." The series begins at noon with Distinguished Professor/former Va Governor Terry McAuliffe and @MarkJRozellGMU. See the schedule: bit.ly/ScharJustice https://t.co/IQ4Zo7MlNK
Are kids ready to go back to school? CDC Guidelines are likely not enough to stem the spread of #COVID-19 and certain processes will need to change. @ScharSchool epidemiologist @SaskiaPopescu comments on what more needs to be done before schools reopen. yhoo.it/3002uUb https://t.co/90X02eWQee
Visions of the future collide as visions of the past divide. @drehr and Jeremy Mayer of the @ScharSchool comment on the division of the country as social reforms stay hotly debated in the public forum and violent protests are dying down. bit.ly/2AMlaOF https://t.co/2t5qrhehRs