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THE WILDCATTERS: Sex Talk, Taxes, and Donald Trump's Authoritarian Vote

This post is co-authored with Keith Gaddie, President's Associates Presidential Professor and Chair of Political Science at the University of Oklahoma. One of the more perplexing riddles to those of us who spend far too much timing pondering over politics is why some scandals, accusations, and missteps do damage while others seem to hardly matter at all. Donald Trump has been particularly immune to prevailing political and social norms this campaign season, surviving gaffes that would have likely felled a more conventional campaign.
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