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The purpose of this journal is to provide a forum for professionally informed commentary on issues in contemporary American politics: issues engaging parties, elections, the news media, Congress, the Presidency, and trends in public policy relating to the functioning of these major American political institutions such as electoral reform, campaign finance, Presidential popularity and Congressional productivity. Social scientists, historians and legal scholars frequently have important insights to contribute to the understanding of issues that arise in contemporary politics and government, drawing upon the fund of disciplinary knowledge at their command, and frequently seek in vain for a publication outlet willing to print the analytical reasoning that gives weight to their commentary. The Forum is designed to fill this glaring gap that exists between Harpers and The Atlantic on the one hand and The American Political Science Review on the other.
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