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[ABC] Global survey: workplace violence, harassment is widespread

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[Reuters] Iran's supreme leader issues pardon for 'tens of thousands' of prisoners

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[The Hill] House Speaker vote: McCarthy loses historic 11th vote for Speaker

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Nicholas Carnes
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Political Science at  Duke University Durham, NC • United States English

Most of my research focuses on why so few working-class citizens (people employed in manual labor, service industry, and clerical jobs) go on to become politicians

public policy
state legislatures
city councils
working class
political class
rural divide
urban divide
social class