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Tea party attitude toward Obama influenced by race, researchers say

...not universal among tea party supporters, but it is there.Thomas Schaller, a political science professor at University of Maryland-Baltimore County, agrees."Not every tea party member or agenda item is motivated by or related to race...
Hostility toward recent immigrants a long American tradition

...than anti-immigrant hatred and fear-mongering.? Thomas F. Schaller teaches political science at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. His email is He wrote this for the Baltimore Sun.
Bonnet, Hale wed

...Alyeska Centralized Correspondence Study and attended the University of Louisiana for undergraduate studies and the University of Maryland for graduate school. She is employed with the State of Alaska in the Department of Environmental Conservation...
Women and Sunshine Week

...significant news from Washington.? Beasley is professor emerita at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland College Park. She is the author of "Women of the Washington Press: Politics, Prejudice, and Persistence...
When a child is missing, both ambiguity, resolution bring their own pain

...loved ones, as we all need to do when the road ahead is not clearly marked.? Greif is a professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work and the co-author of "When Parents Kidnap: The Stories Behind the Headlines."
The enigma of support for higher education: Impact on Alaska

...research. Today, with less government spending, more universities, such as the University of Delaware and the University of Maryland, are getting into classified research, giving faculty opportunities to tackle issues at the forefront of technological...
America avoids Europe's austerity nightmare

...Their calls for austerity were wrong. At a time of serious crisis, they proved themselves to be unserious demagogues with no sense of economic history.? Schaller teaches political science at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
Government, markets flawed governments, markets are imperfect. Citizen-consumers benefit most when the strengths of each counterbalance the weaknesses of the other.? Schaller teaches political science at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
Steroids loom in major-college football

...At Bowling Green, testing is voluntary.At the University of Maryland, students must get counseling after testing positive...sanctions than football players at Louisville or the University of Maryland."If you're trying to keep a level playing...
David M. Reaume

...that provided him with philosophic standards he applied for the rest of his life. He then matriculated at the University of Maryland where he received a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics. He earned both Masters and Doctoral degrees in Economics...


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