What's Left : The Future for Progressives After a 50-Year Decline
The modern American electorate has never been less impressed by its political choices. When Barack Obama was elected--in an apparent landslide--commentators talked of a new Democratic hegemony. Two years later he got a shellacking at the mid-terms. He seemed unsure if he even wanted a second term. Small wonder that the voters seemed uncertain whether to support him. Drew Westen, who has spent years studying political decision-making, shows how it is indecision that has taken over America, contributing to political gridlock and economic uncertainty.
- 200.7 x 388.7 x 112.7mm | 1,309.99g
- 30 Mar 2014
- Blackstone Audiobooks
- United States