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Electoral Systems and Polarization
In an article in "The American Interest", Larry Diamond advocates electoral system reforms, including top-two and ranked-choice voting, as a potential antidote to partisan polarization.
Regulating Campaigns Online
In "The American Interest", Nate Persily discusses the challenge of applying current regulatory frameworks to the world of online campaigns and digital technology.
Electoral Integrity in the United States
Stephen J. Stedman
Stephen Stedman argues in 'The American Interest" that efforts to improve American electoral integrity through reforms such as non-partisan election administration can protect the vote and restore...
Polarization and Partisanship
In an article in the American Interest, Didi Kuo argues that understanding the causes of polarization -- whether rooted in a polarized electorate, or rooted in the ideological extremism of campaign...
Conference Report: Lobbying and Campaign Finance [November 2014]
On November 14-15, the Program on American Democracy in Comparative Perspective hosted a conference on Lobbying and Campaign Finance.
Solutions to Political Polarization in America
According to many commentators, political polarization is at an all-time high in American politics.
Conference Report: Electoral Systems Reform in the U.S. [Mar. 2014]
The Program on American Democracy in Comparative Perspective hosted a workshop on electoral systems on March 14-15, 2014.
Democracy More or Less: America's Political Reform Quandary
Bruce E. Cain
Why do American political reform efforts so often fail to solve the problems they intend to fix? In this book, Bruce E.
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Stephen J. Stedman
Senior Fellow, Professor, by courtesy, Political Science
Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution