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Medicare and Medicaid at 50

The Health Leadership Forum recently hopped on the phone with one of the book’s editors, Julian E. Zelizer, a professor of History and Publi

How America's debate over Iran nuclear deal was shaped by Vietnam

The one-term Carter “paid a heavy political price” for the passage of the treaties, wrote Julian Zelizer, a historian at Princeton Universit

Small-Dollar Donor Mindset Helps Long-Shot Candidates Cash In

Julian Zelizer, a history and public affairs professor at Princeton University, said Carson's and Fiorina's lack of elective office experien

Obama Makes College Aid Application Earlier And Easier

Six months ago, I reported on one thing the government could do to fix the FAFSA. Rachel Fishman, who studies education policy at New Americ

Christie's latest scandal could finally sink him

"He's struggling," says Julian Zelizer of Princeton University. "The question for a donor is this: Why invest in someone who in two days may

2d GOP debate lineups set; Fiorina moves up to main event

In a GOP campaign defined by Trump's rhetoric on illegal immigration and his ascent to the top of the polls, next week's event could offer p

Labor unions hold back on endorsements for Hillary

Labor would also like stronger commitments from Clinton to not only fight for trade protections, but also push for an increase in the minimu

2016 Candidates' kids hit the campaign trail

Both sons also plan to contribute to Walker's campaign from campus, since they're active on Twitter and other social media platforms. Their

DNC chief faces perilous fall

"Balancing these needs is one of the toughest jobs for a legislative leader. There is no clear path forward," Zelizer said. "Obviously the b

Attacking Trump may be theme of second 2016 Republican debate, experts say

"He's like a professional wrestler," said Julian Zelizer, a political science professor at Princeton University. "He likes to be the center

UAL Chief’s Ouster Delivers New Blow to Christie’s Campaign

Christie’s diminished status in the presidential race is likely to hurt his standing at home, said Julian E. Zelizer, who teaches history an

With support plummeting, New Hampshire could be ‘live free or die’ for Bush’s candidacy

Bush “demonstrated his wonkish qualities, though he certainly didn’t do enough to excite worried supporters,” concluded Princeton History Pr