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How to Get Smart on Policy

In spite of constantly being surrounded with information, many Americans end up feeling like they simply don’t know what is really going on, particularly when it comes to policy and government. It’s also something that no one wants to admit. Hoover Institute has opened PolicyEd, precisely for the purpose of helping Americans fill gaps in their civics educations (or simply brush up on things that we may have forgotten.) While it’s probably not going to help you keep up with the policy wonk in the cubicle next door, it certainly will make you feel a little less lost in the conversation with everyone else.

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