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Democratic and Republican lawmakers are farther removed from each other than ever—but they’re also farther removed from the views of most ordinary voters. Hoover fellow Morris P. Fiorina explores this hollow political center.
[Subscription Required] The author of ‘Unstable Majorities’ argues that if the electorate seems fickle, it’s because the politicians are too ideological.