Informed Weekend: 10 Links I Learned From This Week (Vol. 30)

Here are the ten(ish) links I learned from this week:

  1. Graphic: The Definitely Messy, Probably Solvable Reasons Americans Don’t Vote (Bloomberg)
  2. Political scientists have found the weird reason polls bounce around wildly during conventions (Vox)
  3. Illegal in Massachusetts: Asking Your Salary in a Job Interview (The New York Times)
  4. Could a third-party candidate win the U.S. presidency? That’s very unlikely. (The Washington Post)
  5. Clinton and Trump are both promising an extreme Supreme Court (FiveThirtyEight)
  6. American foreign policy: Playing it long (The Economist)
  7. John McCain’s powerful statement to the Khans (CNN Politics)
    1. Further Reading: Republicans denounce Trump as confrontation with Muslim parents escalates (The Washington Post)
  8. Election Update: Clinton’s Bounce Appears Bigger Than Trump’s (FiveThirtyEight)
    1. Further Reading: The general election starts now. Here’s how to read the polls. (Vox)

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