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David Schultz is a professor in the political science department at Hamline University where he teaches classes in American politics, public policy and administration, and ethics. Schultz holds an appointment at the University of Minnesota law school and teaches election law, state constitutional law, and professional responsibility.

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Trump, Law Enforcement, and the Return of the Agent Provocateur

07.26.20
  • Is it Ever Ethical for Public Officials to Lie in the Name of the Public Good?

    04.08.20
  • COVID-19 Reveals the Weakness of the U.S. Public Health Infrastructure

    03.25.20
  • How Damaged is the Constitution as a Result of the Impeachment, Trial, and Acquittal of President Trump?

    02.05.20
  • Iran and the Contradictions of Trump’s Foreign Policy

    01.06.20
  • Wealth Distribution, Democracy, and Global Capitalism

    12.29.19
  • Worse than Nixon: The Constitutional Theory of the Trump Presidency

    10.17.19
  • Making Russia Great Again: The Future of the Russian Presidency

  • Congress, Trump, and U.S. Foreign Policy

    01.02.19
  • The Trump Presidency and Foreign Policy

    06.24.18
  • Less than Fundamental: The Myth of Voting Rights in America

    06.20.18
  • The Coming Non-Summit Between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un

    05.25.18
  • Trump, Cohen, and the Limits of Privilege

    04.15.18
  • The Left and Guns: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Second Amendment

    03.02.18
  • The Obama-Trump Economy: Wall Street Fiddles while Main Street Burns

    08.08.17
  • Slowly but Surely the Trump Presidency is Being Normalized.

    04.16.17
  • Why Trump’s Presidency will be Weaker than Many have Hoped or Feared

    01.22.17
  • Trump, Brexit, and the Failure of Mainstream Politics and Economics

    06.26.16
  • What Does it Mean to be a Democratic Socialist? Bernie Sanders May Not be One

    10.24.15