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Roosevelt Review

Thursday, July 14, 2011

The Roosevelt Review is the flagship national public policy journal of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network. Launched in 2005 as Roosevelt’s first annual publication, the Roosevelt Review is a compendium of some of the most innovative and outstanding undergraduate public policy research in the country. In previous years, the Review has been mentioned in the New York Times, the Washington Times, and the Los Angeles Times. Of the 2006 Roosevelt Review, Katrina vanden Heuval, editor and publisher of The Nation, had this to say:


“I’ve seen the ideas that come out of the Heritage Foundation. I’ve seen the ideas that come out of the Democratic Leadership Council. I’ve seen the ideas that come out of the Cato Institute. I would stack the ideas that I’ve read in the Roosevelt Review up against them any day of the week.”


The six academic papers featured in the 2011 Roosevelt Review offer solutions for tackling water scarcity, improving our elections, protecting our chemical plants, mitigating climate change, assisting displaced Iraqi refugees, and promoting international development as a cornerstone of American foreign policy. Together, they continue the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network’s proud tradition of publishing the highest quality research, policy recommendations, and analysis produced by college students today.

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