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Volume 25: Back to the House
Volume 24: The 2018 Election, Who Projected It Best?
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World War 1
World War II
Volume 15: Gerrymandering
Politics is a game of power, those who have it and those who want it. But we can hope that this power is used, at least occasionally, to ful
Volume 14: Game Theory and the Nuclear Age
This Volume will prominently feature death, destruction, fallout, nuclear winters and the end of the human race.
Volume 13: Fiscal Policy, Part II: Spending
This is going to shock you: the Federal Government spends money based on a series of complex, interminable, arcane parliamentary maneuvers,
Volume 12: The Poincaré Conjecture
What is the shape of the universe? Are we even allowed to ask?
Volume 11: Congress: The World's Most Dysfunctional Family
When your approval ratings have been hovering between 10 and 20 percent for nearly a decade, you might want to change things up a bit.
Volume 10: Health Insurance, Part V
What was in the American Health Care Act? How would it have affected the system? Why did it fail to pass the House? What will happen to Obam
Volume 9: Fiscal Policy, Part I: Taxes
Where does it come from? “There’s one for you, nineteen for me.” – The Beatles The U.S. Federal Government does almost everything on a...
Volume 8: Health Insurance, Part IV
While the ACA has problems – serious ones – it is a fact that in the seven years since it has passed, the Republican Party has not come up w
Volume 7: Bayesian Analysis
Why You Can Never Be Sure of Anything “Bet you $50 it hasn't.” – xkcd #1132 People don’t like thinking probabilistically. They crave...
Volume 6: Health Insurance, Part III
Obamacare: The Long War “I’m not on Obamacare. My health insurance is through the ACA.” – Twitter, various Almost seven years after its...