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James J. Zogby
By James J. Zogby - Oct 26,2020
During the past century, we have witnessed a long and tragic history of domestic policies that have targeted persons of Arab descent.
By James J. Zogby - Oct 19,2020
Donald Trump is not the first politician to use demonisation of foreigners, whether Arabs or Muslims, as a campaign tactic. And his administration is not the first to implement policies that have adversely affected these communities.
By James J. Zogby - Oct 04,2020
The single most important issue in this year’s election will be how voters feel about Donald Trump.
By James J. Zogby - Sep 21,2020
I often write an article on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks reflecting on the impact that tragedy had on my country and my community.
By James J. Zogby - Sep 14,2020
During the weeks of uncertainty that followed the 2000 presidential election, as the tension grew amongst supporters of George W. Bush and Al Gore, my brother John Zogby conducted a poll to see how Democrats and Republicans were viewing the contested vote.
By James J. Zogby - Aug 31,2020
After two weeks of back-to-back political conventions, the choices facing voters as defined by the two parties are clear.
By James J. Zogby - Aug 17,2020
There was a time when political party conventions were exercises in democracy.
By James J. Zogby - Aug 10,2020
When I saw the scenes of French President Emmanuel Macron visiting the devastated areas of Beirut, I was filled with a number of conflicting emotions.I was pleased that he went directly to the site of the explosions as a sign of deep respect for the suffering of the people and th
By James J. Zogby - Aug 05,2020
I have been engaged in Democratic Party platform debates for over three decades and am amazed at how the party consistently gets the section on Israel/Palestine wrong. Wrong because the positions expressed are out of touch with political realities on the ground.
By James J. Zogby - Jul 27,2020
During the past few weeks, I’ve seen a number of articles calling on Democrats to “get religion” and pay greater attention to White Evangelical and White Catholic voters. These articles were prompted by recent polls showing that majorities in these two groups of Christians n



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