SOURCE: The New Republic
How Did "Bipartisanship" Become a Goal In Itself? (Podcast)
TNR's "Politics of Everything" podcast discusses how bipartisanship came to be the end of politics instead of a means to achieve other goals. Features historian Julian Zelizer.
SOURCE: In These Times
Article on History of Failed Bipartisanship Features Quotes from Manisha Sinha, Eric Foner, Corey Robin, Thomas Frank, Nancy Maclean, and Rick Perlstein
by Branko Marcetic
Biden wants to bring the parties together. But for 50 years, that's meant the Right winning every time.
SOURCE: The Conversation
Will the United States ever get back on a bipartisan 'Middle Way?'
by Louis Galambos
History provides a lesson about how the United States can return to bipartisanship and more civil political discourse.
This Is What Bipartisanship Looks Like – In Case You’ve Forgotten
by Sheldon M. Stern
What Republican hardliner Charlie Halleck told JFK during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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