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Welcome to Election Tuesdays!
In the lead-up to the 2020 election, I wrote a series of blog posts about every presidential election in American history. The election’s over — but there’s still stuff I want to talk about! I’m going to continue to write posts for this site, usually about elections and usually on Tuesdays. Subscribe down below or follow Election Tuesdays on social media to make sure you don’t miss some fun, nerdy content!

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Theodore Roosevelt, Pt. II: The Radical

In Theodore Roosevelt’s later years, he became more extreme in his views. His eventual break from the Republican Party had massive effects on the political alignment of the nation. But was this sudden shift motivated by principle… or ego?

Theodore Roosevelt, Pt. I: The Moderate

President Theodore Roosevelt is remembered as a progressive hero, but that only tells half the story. His legacy is best understood as a series of moderate advances meant to keep true “radicals” at bay.

The Toledo War, Part III: Michigan Statehood

The fighting between Michiganders and Ohioans throughout the summer of 1835 left Ohio with the upper hand. But the fate of the Toledo Strip was yet to be decided, and Michigan still moved forward with statehood.

The Toledo War, Part I: Bad Maps

Michigan and Ohio hate each other. The root of the conflict was a dispute over the Toledo Strip on their shared border. What made Toledo worth fighting a war over?


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