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In preparation for the upcoming national party conventions, you may want to read my historical review of "The Evolution of Party Conventions," from the new issue of National Affairs:

http://www.nationalaffairs.com/publications/detail/the-evolution-of-party-conventions
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My latest, in the Wall Street Journal, co-written with Lanhee Chen:

http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-mystery-of-jewish-and-asian-american-democratic-loyalty-1465943377
Tevi D. Troy and Lanhee J. Chen write about why Jewish and Asian-Americans remain loyal to the Democratic Party: Progressive proselytizing at top universities may explain why so many Jews and Asians are liberals.
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My piece in NRO on the conservative luminaries we lost in 2015. Sad year. Here’s hoping for a better 2016.

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/429058/conservatives-deaths-obituaries-2015

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My new article on what the GOP candidates are reading, from the New York Observer.
http://observer.com/2015/08/what-are-the-2016-gop-candidates-reading/
Most of our Founding Fathers were serious readers.
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Scott Gottlieb and I have a piece in today's Wall Street Journal on how Republicans should prepare for King v. Burwell: http://www.wsj.com/articles/scott-gottlieb-and-tevi-troy-how-not-to-bungle-an-obamacare-opening-1423179495
In The Wall Street Journal, Scott Gottlieb and Tevi Troy write that congressional Republicans must be ready with a plausible plan if the King v. Burwell ruling goes their way.
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I liked the last line of Noemie Emery's column on Presidents and pop culture in the Washington Examiner: “Troy's "What Jefferson read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted" has something to say to us all.”

http://washingtonexaminer.com/obamas-pop-culture-celebrity-cant-drive-his-agenda/article/2544207
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The first press mention of my forthcoming book, "Shall We Wake the President? Two Hundred Years of Disaster Management from the Oval Office." Watch for it in September:

http://forward.com/news/national/342808/donald-trump-is-losing-jewish-donors-and-intellectuals-but-will-it-impact-h/
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My latest, in the Jerusalem Post, on the long-standing importance of tennis in Israeli politics:

http://m.jpost.com/Opinion/Tennis-playing-part-of-a-long-Israeli-tradition-455382#article=6022MDgzMjJDQjAyMEY0REZBNTdGNTY3MzBEMUE3MTk0QUI=
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Better link for this piece on tennis and Israeli politics: http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Tennis-playing-part-of-a-long-Israeli-tradition-455382
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My cover story in the December Commentary on how the Republican Party became the pro-Israel party in America helps explain why the GOP candidates are converging today at the Republican Jewish Coalition forum: https://www.commentarymagazine.com/articles/gop-went-zionist/
107 Shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Print A he movement to isolate Israel may be in full swing on college campuses across the country, and ...
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'What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted' is called "the definitive book on presidential
consumption of literature and pop culture"

http://thefederalist.com/2015/05/05/media-say-obama-is-a-bookworm-are-they-sure/
The media told us George W. Bush isn't an intellectual and Obama is. When it comes to their reading, at least, the media narrative is just plain wrong.
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Woodrow Wilson, when asked about a memoir, replied: "There ain't going to be none."  See my piece from this upcoming Sunday’s Washington Post Outlook on presidents and their memoirs:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/obamas-next-memoir-will-make-money--but-it-wont-change-minds/2014/02/21/b247ab4a-94cd-11e3-84e1-27626c5ef5fb_story.html
What could Obama achieve with a post-White House memoir?
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Fellow "Odd Couple" fan James Rosen interviewed me about "What Jefferson Read" on the Foxhole:
The Foxhole: How pop culture shapes our presidents
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  • Hudson Institute
    Senior Fellow, 2009 - present
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Author, presidential scholar, health care expert, former White House aide and ex-Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services
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  • Cornell University
    B.S., ILR, 1985 - 1989
  • University of Texas at Austin
    MA, PhD, American Civilization, 1992 - 1996
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