Daniel Schlozman is a PhD candidiate in political science at Harvard University. He will spend the year at Radcliffe completing his dissertation, which is titled "The Making of Partisan Majorities: Parties, Anchoring Groups, and Electoral Coalitions." In it, he asks why American social movements have—or have not—allied with major political parties, focusing especially on two cases that have shaped the course of twentieth-century party politics: organized labor and the New Deal Democratic coalition, and conservative evangelicals and the GOP since the 1970s. Schlozman holds an AB magna cum laude in social studies from Harvard College.
Graduate Student Fellow
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