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One Year of President Biden: A Progressive Revolution or an Uninspiring Façade?

One Year of President Biden: A Progressive Revolution or an Uninspiring Façade?

Amidst a pandemic, economic crisis, and increasing political polarisation it is fair to say that President Biden has faced a difficult first year but has it really been a progressive revolution, or was it just an uninspiring façade?
Annie Dabb on Biden’s all-female cabinet: Someone’s been paying attention

Annie Dabb on Biden’s all-female cabinet: Someone’s been paying attention

Annie Dabb shows that Biden’s choice to appoint an all female press team shows an increasing appreciation for women in politics
The US election through the eyes of Manchester students

The US election through the eyes of Manchester students

After a difficult year, the USA is facing an election which questions who they are as a nation
The opioid crisis in the US: transforming attitudes to addiction

The opioid crisis in the US: transforming attitudes to addiction

Nimo Omer discusses the representation of drug addiction and race and its impact on policy in the US
Joe Biden should keep his hands off the presidential race

Joe Biden should keep his hands off the presidential race

Jack Greeney talks about why he doesn’t trust Joe Biden’s Presidential bid, and why the Democratic party need to steer clear of such a campaign based on ego

Newfound popularity for President Bush

America needs a real opposition to Donald Trump, not the plastic exterior of President George W. Bush’s recent resurgence in popularity

Slashing the status quo, and Hillary Clinton’s lead

From Long Island, Coby Tunnicliffe gives his view on the state of the Democratic nomination race and if this is the beginning of the end for Hillary Clinton

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