partisanship

Divided We Stand

There was a time, believe it or not, when some people wanted more polarization. They got their wish, and then some.

By Norman J. Ornstein

Name the Enemy

Liberalism isn’t just about proposing solutions. It’s also about defeating those who would prevent them.

By Jack Meserve

There's Only One Realistic Home for Anti-Trump Voices

Practically speaking, partisanship is the only way to address what should be a nonpartisan issue.

By Nathan Pippenger

Facing up to Disagreement

An essay in Boston Review reminds us that there was a dark side to the era of genteel bipartisan dealmaking and points to a way forward in a polarized era.

By Nathan Pippenger

Tear Down This Wall

The Berlin Wall was one thing, but the wall that separates American from American is much more daunting.

By William Budinger Mickey Edwards