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political capital

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Examples

  • Even as we continue to defend affirmative action as a useful, if limited, tool to expand opportunity to underrepresented minorities, we should consider spending a lot more of our political capital convincing America to make the investments needed to ensure that all children perform at grade level and graduate from high school-a goal that, if met, would do more than affirmative action to help those black and Latino children who need it the most.

    The Audacity of Hope

  • action-reaction in closed regimes of control maintained in decay in economic reform in evolution or collapse of globalization as threat to ideological immune systems built in inducement and containment as appropriate policies toward isolation of openness as threat to outside influences in political capital in political succession in power reconsolidated in pressure for change in protectionism as self-defeating in stability of and war on terror

    The J Curve

  • *How much political capital did Mandela have in 1994?

    The J Curve

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  • This has to be a rhetorical question. If not, be prepared to answer a lot more of them (see list on which it appears).

    June 16, 2009

  • If you capitalise something you make an asset out of it. So when someone "makes political capital", they're turning events, opinions, etc to their political advantage.

    June 15, 2009

  • What the hell is this anyway?

    June 14, 2009