Some OPAL libraries remain closed or are operating at reduced service levels. Materials from those libraries may not be requestable; requested items may take longer to arrive. Note that pickup procedures may differ between libraries. Please contact your library for new procedures, specific requests, or other assistance.
Your session will expire automatically in 0 seconds.
Characteristics and causes of America's polarized politics -- Delineating the problem / William A. Galston and Pietro S. Nivola -- Disconnected : the political class versus the people / Morris P. Fiorina and Matthew S. Levendusky -- Disconnected, or joined at the hip? / Alan I. Abramowitz, Gary C. Jacobson -- Rejoinder / Morris P. Fiorina and Matthew S. Levendusky -- Rejoinder / Alan I. Abramowitz -- Polarization then and now : a historical perspective / David W. Brady and Hahrie C. Han -- Polarization runs deep, even by yesterday's standards / James E. Campbell, Carl M. Cannon -- Polarized by God? : American politics and the religious divide / E.J. Dionne Jr. -- Myths and realities of religion in politics / Alan Wolfe, Andrew Kohut -- How the mass media divide us / Diana C. Mutz -- Two alternative perspectives / Thomas Rosentiel, Greg Easterbrook -- Polarizing the House of Representatives : how much does gerrymandering matter? / Thomas E. Mann -- Why other sources of polarization matter more / Gary C. Jacobson, Thomas B. Edsall.
Print version record.
"Considers the extent to which polarized views among political leaders and activists are reflected in the population at large. Pays particular attention to factors such as the increased influence of religion and the changing nature of the media and offers thoughtful analyses of the underlying problems"--Provided by publisher
Text this item to your phone! Text message will contain the location, call number, and title of the item on this page. Texting may not work for items with multiple volumes. WARNING: Texting fees may apply. close