In Politics, 'Majority' Is a Complicated Idea

There’s really no “majority” on most issues.
Having two polarized parties is here to stay. Photographer: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images

Those who think that U.S. politics would work better if election-winning parties could more easily pass their programs should read Mo Fiorina's dissent over at the Monkey Cage today.

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