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Feb 16 2017 | Stanford News
A new report from Stanford’s Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center suggests that aspects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership should be retained when negotiating new bilateral agreements. Stanford scholars are encouraging the new administration to consider steps to alleviate the...
Feb 1 2017 | The Atlantic
Conservatives are more likely to support issues like immigration and Obamacare if the message is “morally reframed” to suit their values.
Jan 20 2017 | Stanford News
The key to bridging the broad ideological division in the United States is for both sides to work on understanding the core values that the other holds dear.
Dec 13 2016 | Stanford News
Parents often expect that their kids will have a good shot at making more money than they ever did. But young people entering the workforce today are far less likely to earn more than their parents when compared to children born two generations before them, according to a new study by...
Nov 23 2016 | New York Times
Robb Willer's Op-Ed on race and political correctness in the New York Times
Nov 11 2016 | TEDx Talks
Robb Willer's recent TEDx talk on how to cross the political divide:  
Oct 19 2016
The author & assistant professor explores what it’s really like to be an African-American member of the Republican party in his text Black Elephants in the Room.
Oct 18 2016 | Stanford News
Stanford sociologist Corey D. Fields finds that some African-American Republicans see issues of race and racism as more of a problem in America than others. Despite being a relatively rare breed, African-American Republicans are diverse in their political thinking and reasons for being part of the...
Oct 6 2016
Can You Be Black and Republican? “The African-Americans love me,” Donald Trump said back in January. Nine months later, evidence of that love is exceedingly rare. Polls put Trump’s black support in the low single digits, smaller in several samples than the margin of error. In 1964, Barry Goldwater...