David A. HopkinsAssociate Professor
The GOP’s emphasis on cultural populism left it with less credibility to address Americans’ economic concerns.
The party may not like how "woke" America’s boardrooms are, but it still favors economic policy that benefits corporate interests.
The House minority leadership’s latest pledge is an attempt to nationalize an election that’s already been nationalized.
Republican and Democratic women are running for office in increasing numbers, and 2024 could be the biggest year yet.
Midterm voters don’t always reward the party in power for accomplishing its legislative goals.
Why did a public-health bureaucrat prove so divisive? Because he perfectly encapsulated a widening split in US politics.