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James W. Ceaser

James W. Ceaser is professor of politics at the University of Virginia, a visiting fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, and co-author (with Andrew E. Busch) of Red Over Blue: The 2004 Elections and American Politics and The Perfect Tie: The True Story of the 2000 Presidential Election (Rowman & Littlefield).

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Power to the People
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: July 31, 2017
This article appeared in: Volume XVII, Number 3, Summer 2017

Today's primary source of voter movement is the response to stagnant or deteriorating economic conditions.

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Behind Enemy Lines
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: May 11, 2016
This article appeared in: Volume XVI, Number 2, Spring 2016

Roger Scruton's conservatism. 

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The One
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: August 24, 2015
This article appeared in: Volume XV, Number 3, Summer 2015

A review of Obama's Time: A History, by Morton Keller.

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Three Funerals
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: August 12, 2014
This article appeared in: Vol. XIV, Number 3, Summer 2014

Two state funerals in less than two years is a lot for any nation to bear. The first, officiated by liberal commentators after the 2012 election,

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A CRB discussion of Saving the Constitution
By: Jean M. Yarbrough, Bradley C.S. Watson, Michael M. Uhlmann, Jeremy Rabkin, John Marini, James W. Ceaser
Posted: December 12, 2012
The Spring 2012 issue of the Claremont Review of Books featured two cover essays, one titled "Abandoning the Constitution," in which John Marini analyzes America's departure from constitutional government, and the other "Restoring the Constitution," in which James W...
 
How Obama Won, and Lost
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: November 27, 2012
This article appeared in: Vol. XII, Number 4 - Fall 2012
The meaning, if any, of the 2012 election....
 
Restoring the Constitution
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: May 22, 2012
This article appeared in: Vol. XII, Number 2 - Spring 2012
A widespread sentiment today, especially among conservatives, holds that if America could just get back to the Constitution, the nation would go a long way to resolving its greatest challenges. This sentiment has produced celebrations of our Constitution at Tea Party rallies, the printing and distri...
 
The Great Repudiation
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: November 22, 2010
This article appeared in: Vol. X, Number 4 - Fall 2010
The meaning of the midterms....
 
The Presidential Nomination Mess
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: November 5, 2008
This article appeared in: Vol. VIII, Number 4 - Fall 2008

Every four years, it’s a whole new ball game—with different rules.

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What a Long, Strange Race It's Been
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: April 18, 2008
This article appeared in: Vol. VIII , Number 2 - Spring 2008

With no new thinking to offer, the candidates offer…themselves.

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Bodiless Politics
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: September 24, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VII, Number 3 - Summer 2007

Manent warns Europe against leaving the political behind.

 

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Looking Backward
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: January 26, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VII, Number 1 - Winter 2006/07

Alan Gibson and the study of the founding's historiography.

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Natural Rights And Natural History
By: James W. Ceaser
Posted: September 1, 2003
This article appeared in: Vol. III, Number 4 - Fall 2003

Jeopardizing the claims of the science of natural rights by allowing them to be disproved by the natural sciences is foolish.

 

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