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The winners for the Arendt Center’s second annual thinking challenge have been chosen. The competition was fierce and we received a large number of high quality entries from multiple countries on multiple continents. But, these entries stood out to our judges:
WINNERS (in alphabetical order):
Mamfatou Baldeh T. – Bard High School Early College – Click here to read Mamfatou’s entry, “How Might the President Matter in the 21st Century?”
Mathilde Monge – New York University – Click here to read Mathilde’s entry, “A Neo Marxist Approach to Political Campaigning.”
Daniel Perlman – Bard College – Click here to read Dan’s entry, “Quid President?”
Benjamin Powers – Bard College -University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa – Click here to read Ben’s entry, “Pulling Back the Curtain.”
All four winners will receive $500, an Arendt Center Award for Excellence in Political Thinking, and a copy of the newly released The IDEA Guide to the 2012 US Presidential Debates.
Congratulations to our winners as well as all those who submitted entries. You should all be proud of the wonderful and thought-provoking work you produced.