by Carol Anderson
They use the fallacy of rampant cheating at the polls to make it harder for people to vote.
by Kevin Kruse
Tweets tracing the effect of the civil rights struggle on the development of the two party system (1940s-1970s).
SOURCE: New Republic
by Micah L. Sifry
If the United States ever gets a major new political party, it won’t be built by think tank denizens.
by Scot Faulkner
How should Republicans govern in the 114th Congress to assure their positive place in history?
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by David Frum
The emergence of the older voters as a massively solid Republican bloc is a post-Obama phenomenon.
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