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Gary Jacobson's A Divider, Not a Uniter: George W. Bush and the American People: The 2006 Election and Beyond provides a clear and concise analysis of extensive polling data about the Bush presidency over the last six years, which shows the existence of a deep partisan divide among the...
The new editor of The Forum, Byron Shafer, explains the mission of the journal and highlights new directions of interest for contributors and readers.
Tony Blair was one of the longest serving and most gifted of modern British prime ministers. This article offers an assessment of his impact on public policy, politics, institutions and the constitution. Blair's tremendous success in leading Labour to three election victories resulted in a...
An effort to pump new life into the notions of political order and political era suggests that the Untied States has seen three different mixes of key structural elements, influential policy conflicts, and the dynamic following from their interaction since the Second World War. For a full...
This review of Who Really Cares challenges its central findings about the ideological character of personal contributions of time and money to charitable causes. The analysis is fundamentally flawed in claiming that conservatives give and care more than liberals because it hinges on a definition...
Pundits, journalists, and citizens alike often bristle at the idea of politicians ``staying on message," believing that the practice undermines democracy. Scholars have had little to say with respect to whether the issue frames the news media report politicians using to characterize public...
There have been three discernible political eras and political orders in post-World War II Britain: (1) the collectivist consensus (social democracy, Butskellism), 1945-1970; (2) turmoil, 1970-1979; and (3) neoliberalism, 1979-2007. After discussing how to discern a new political era (overall...
This article reviews evidence bearing upon the question of political orders and eras in recent French politics. It places this evidence against the legacy of revolutionary republicanism, with its idealized version of political identity and citizenship. Looking at social cleavages, intermediary...
See Government Grow, Gareth Davies' rich history of federal education policy, demonstrates that the 1970s and American political institutions are not nearly as conservative as we usually assume.
A book review of Gary Jacobson's A Divider, Not a Uniter.
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