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RBG: Jimmy Carter’s “Notorious” Judicial Legacy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg might not have ascended to the Supreme Court if President Carter had not developed a deliberate affirmative action strategy. Barbara Perry explains the significance of Carter’s appointment of Ginsburg to the DC Circuit bench. Perry (@BarbaraPerryUVA) is the Gerald L. Baliles Professor and Director of Presidential Studies at the University of Virginia‘s […]

“Madam President”: Why Hasn’t the U.S. Elected a Woman POTUS?

Written by Barbara A. Perry, the White Burkett Miller Center Professor of Ethics and Institutions at UVA and Presidential Studies Director at the Miller Center.  You can follow her on Twitter @BarbaraPerryUVA. Last year I saw the film Suffragette about the early 20th century battle for women’s suffrage in Britain.  At the end of the […]

16 for ’16: Bite-sized observations on a wild election

Re-posted from Sabato’s Crystal Ball Written by: Larry J. Sabato, Director, The Center for Politics, University of Virginia Kyle Kondik, Director of Communications, The Center for Politics, University of Virginia Geoffrey Skelley, Media Relations Coordinator, The Center for Politics, University of Virginia Now that we’ve had a week to digest the results of the 2016 […]