Lichtman: Polarization Makes Dynastic Politics Less Prominent
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks to Allan Lichtman, a professor of history at American University, about Liz Cheney's political career after her Wyoming primary loss, and the political dynasties.
SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
Good for the Bushes and the Clintons, but Not Good for America
by Jonathan Zimmerman
Since 1980, presidential politics have heavily featured two families. But dynasties aren't what's best for democracy.
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