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Italy 2018: Assessing the electoral-system effect | Fruits and Votes
[Note: data calculations in this post are based on preliminary results. For some updated information, see the comments by Manuel below.] The Italian election of 4 March produced an "inconclusive" result, as the media (at least English-language) are fond of saying when no party wins a majority. However, there are many aspects of the Italian… July 3, 2018
ACT for America | Southern Poverty Law Center
Brigitte Tudor, better known as Brigitte Gabriel, founded ACT for America in 2007 at a time when the anti-Muslim movement was beginning to take shape in the United States. While claiming an unlikely 750,000 members and more than 1,000 chapters, the group has undoubtedly grown to become the largest anti-Muslim group in America. March 16, 2018
My Top 5 Favorite Apology Emails
Email marketing mistakes are inevitable, but there's a lot you can learn from other brands' attempts to make amends. Columnist Chad White compiles a list of his favorite email apologies. March 16, 2018
Big freeze over, economy gets on hot streak
The U.S. economy has warmed up after a frigid first quarter and there’s no reason to expect it to cool off again anytime soon. A cluster of economic reports this week, spearheaded by sales at retail stores, are expected to show a faster pace of growth in April and May.
Market Watch March 16, 2018
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