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Pieter Brower '18 is a Public Policy and Hispanic Studies concentrator. He currently serves as a Managing Editor and BPR, and was formerly the Associate Content Director.

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Four years ago, a mass demonstration in Barcelona to celebrate La Diada, Cataluña’s national holiday, triggered the latest in a long line of efforts to kick-start a serious move for Catalán independence. While a 2014 referendum in favor of indepe...

Separatism Rises Anew in Cataluña

Four years ago, a mass demonstration in Barcelona to celebrate La Diada, Cataluña’s national holiday, triggered the latest in a long line of efforts to kick-start a serious move for Catalán independence. While a 2014 referendum in favor of indepe...

Voting for Justice Story by Alex Floyd In 2009, judicial elections came under assault when the Supreme Court ruled in Caperton v. Massey that West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin had to recuse himself from a case involving one of his el...

Are Judicial Elections Good Policy?

Voting for Justice Story by Alex Floyd In 2009, judicial elections came under assault when the Supreme Court ruled in Caperton v. Massey that West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Brent Benjamin had to recuse himself from a case involving one of his el...