Red and Blue Nation?: Consequences and Correction of America's Polarized Politics download epub
by David W. Brady,Pietro S. Nivola
America's polarized politics are largely disconnected from mainstream public preferences. Pietro S. Nivola is a vice president of the Brookings Institution, where he is the director of Governance Studies.
America's polarized politics are largely disconnected from mainstream public preferences.
Red and Blue Nation? book. America's polarized politics are largely disconnected from mainstream public preferences.
Pietro S. Nivola is a vice president of the Brookings Institution, where he is the director of Governance Studies
Pietro S. David W. Brady is deputy director and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution; the Bowen H. and Janice Arthur McCoy Professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business; and professor of political science in Stanford University's School of Humanities and Sciences.
Red and Blue Nation?, which addresses the consequences of polarized politics and possible corrective policies
Brookings released the second and final volume of Red and Blue Nation?, which addresses the consequences of polarized politics and possible corrective policies.
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and Red and Blue Nation? Characteristics and Causes of America’s Polarized Politics with Pietro Nivola (Brookings Institution Press, 2007). Congress, the party system, and congressional decision-making
America's polarized politics are largely disconnected from mainstream public preferences. This disconnect poses fundamental dangers for the representativeness and accountability of government, as well as the already withering public trust in it. As the 2008 presidential race kicks into gear, the political climate certainly will not become less polarized. With important issues to addressincluding immigration policy, health care, and the funding of the Iraq warit is critical that essential policies not be hostage to partisan political battles. Building upon the findings of the first volume of Red and Blue Nation? (Brookings, 2006), which explored the extent of political polarization and its potential causes, this new volume delves into the consequences of the gulf between "red states" and "blue states." The authors examine the impact of these political divisions on voter behavior, Congressional law-making, judicial selection, and foreign policy formation. They shed light on hotly debated institutional reform proposalsincluding changes to the electoral system and the congressional rules of engagementand ultimately present research-supported policies and reforms for alleviating the underlying causes of political polarization. While most discussion of polarization takes place in separate spheres of journalism and academia, Red and Blue Nation? brings together a unique set of voices with a wide variety of perspectives to enrich our understanding of the issue. Written in a broad, accessible style, it is a resource for anyone interested in the future of electoral politics in America. Contributors include Marc Hetherington and John G. Geer (Vanderbilt University), Deborah Jordan Brooks (Dartmouth College), Martin P. Wattenberg (University of California, Irvine), Barbara Sinclair and Joel D. Aberbach (UCLA), Christopher H. Foreman (University of Maryland), Keith Krehbiel (Stanford University), Sarah A. Binder, Benjamin Wittes, Jonathan Rauch, and William A. Galston (Brookings), Martin Shapiro (University of CaliforniaBerkeley), Peter Beinart (Council on Foreign Relations), James Q. Wilson (Pepperdine University), John Ferejohn and Larry Diamond (Hoover Institution), Laurel Harbridge (Stanford University), Andrea L. Campbell (MIT), and Eric M. Patashnik (University of Virginia).
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press (January 14, 2008)
Pages: 320 pages