Legislators' Fear Of Primary Voters
de Sarah E. (University Of California, Santa Barbara) Anderson, Laurel (Northwestern University, Illinois) Harbridge-Yong e Daniel (University Of California, San Diego) Butler
Sobre o livro
This investigation of national, state, and local legislators tackles a pressing problem: the gridlock arising from politicians rejecting compromise for fear of punishment from voters in primary elections. Examining legislative behavior and possible negotiation reforms, this book will interest scholars and students studying polarization, Congress, American politics, and public policy.