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Appeared in: Volume 11, Number 2
Published on: October 10, 2015
Polarization and Partisanship

If polarization and extreme partisanship in American politics are but skin-deep—problems caused by activists and professionals rather than the electorate as a whole—then reforms are possible. Happily, that’s the case.

Didi Kuo is a postdoctoral research associate at the Program on American Democracy in Comparative Perspective at the Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law at Stanford University.

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