The New Physics of Gridlock in a Polarized Capital: Ezra KleinEzra Klein
Here’s the general theory of legislative failure: Political polarization leads to congressional gridlock, and congressional gridlock leads to legislative inaction. If Congress can’t get its act together, then the worst that happens is nothing gets done.
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