Anyone concerned with the future of governance must read/listen to this book.
The solutions section at the end is thoughtful and pragmatic, showing how change can be accomplished.
His was a steady reading appropriate for nonfiction.
There is clear evidence that gridlock is not caused equally on both sides of the aisle.
Importantly, these two authors represent think tanks, one that leans left and one that leans right. It is not a partisan rant.
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