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Democracy in Motion: Evaluating the Practice and Impact of Deliberative Civic EngagementAn Interview with Matt LeighningerMatt was one of a group of editors to work on Democracy in Motion – the first comprehensive attempt to assess the practice and impact of deliberative civic engagement, addressing the big questions ... December 18, 2012
The Role of Citizen Does Not End With Your Vote November 7, 2012
Federal Reserve Governor Sarah Bloom Raskin Discusses the Importance of NCoC Research October 22, 2012
The Parties Versus the PeopleAn Interview with Former Congressman Mickey Edwards August 14, 2012
A Lesson in Civic Health Sitting Down with Two Secretaries of State July 31, 2012
Closing America’s Opportunity Gapby Melody C. Barnes and John Bridgeland July 19, 2012
Fearless Founders Inspire Fearless Citizens July 3, 2012
Public Policy Chat: Mary Ellen Ardouny June 26, 2012
Why Tuesday?’s Jacob Soboroff Hosts “Civics In A Minute” June 4, 2012
Who Took Civility Out of Politics? May 1, 2012
Public Policy Chat March 14, 2012
The Good Government HypothesisDiscussion: Can Engagement Strengthen the Economy? February 16, 2012
Advancing Civic Learning and Engagement in DemocracyA Road Map and Call to Action January 10, 2012
Civic California: A new law could revitalize local governance in the Golden Ashley Trim, in City Journal December 14, 2011
How citizen advocacy is changing mail operations on Capitol HillA “Communicating with Congress” report November 18, 2011
New Report Finds that California Faces Golden Opportunity to Rethink Citizen Engagement in Local Government October 25, 2011
When addressing public problems, is our goal always building consensus or finding common ground? Should it be?A Civic Connector Commentary by Bobbi Silten September 20, 2011
Are Our Schools Doing Their Part to Fulfill the Promise of the Constitution?A Civic Connector Commentary by Judge Frank Damrell September 17, 2011
New “Service as a Strategy” Blueprints August 26, 2011
What’s Trending in #Congress?New Report Shows Capitol Hill Uses Social Media Extensively August 2, 2011
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