|The Politics of Polarization: Perspectives from DC & Beyond - The Institute of Politics||2015.05.31 16:10:34|
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The Fall 2011 IOP resident fellows discuss how the political landscape has become increasingly polarized. The influence of the 24-hour news cycle and the pressures of fundraising are examined as contributing factors. The outlook for independent candidates may change as the public becomes more disillusioned with their elected officials. A discussion with IOP Director Trey Grayson and IOP Resident Fellows Christina Bellantoni, Diane Casey-Landry, Ron Christie, Tad Devine, Linda Moore Forbes and Steve Grand.