In this week’s episode of The Ballpark, hosts Denise Baron, Sophie Donszelmann, and Chris Gilson dive into the current state of American politics, but instead of giving you a “hot take,” present you with a historical perspective from 1920 and a political theory on polarisation.
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If you would like to learn more about the topics discussed, here’s a list of websites and materials mentioned in the podcast.
- Votes for and by Women: How Did Women Vote after the 19th Amendment? – Mona Morgan-Collins – PSPE Working Paper 1, 2016
- Intra-Party Disagreement and Inter-Party Polarization – James M. Snyder, Jr – Working Paper
Note: This podcast gives the views of the interviews and co-hosts, and is not the position of USAPP – American Politics and Policy, the LSE US Centre, nor the London School of Economics.
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