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South Carolina political scientists: ‘What’s next for American politics?’

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In the wake of the 2020 general election, Ion Greenville poses questions to political scientists across the state of South Carolina: “Is there a political solution to the divide we are experiencing in the United States? What can the future president do politically to bring the country together, or is this highly polarized political situation here to stay?” Brent Nelsen and Jenna Storey, both professors of politics and international affairs at Furman University, offer their remarks.

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