"Won't You Be My Neighbor," by William A. Galston"The Downside of Social Capital," by Alejandro Portes and Patricia Landolt
Better known for their high-dollar political spending, the billionaire Koch brothers have also poured millions into Catholic University’s business school to promote a free-market orthodoxy sharply at odds with the teachings of Pope Francis.
It's almost a bit too on the nose to be a biting caricature of American politics.
When did hyper-partisanship begin? Pre-election polling data point to the mid-1990s.
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William A. Galston is a senior fellow and Ezra K. Zilkha Chair in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution.