I don’t know what it is about the Economist, but they have this knack for publishing useful commentaries related directly to whatever’s being bandied about here on the SRC.
Here’s another. We’ve had considerable back-and-forth here of late about the state and implications of polarization in U.S. political discourse. Is it good or bad? Both, these guys say. But when it gets out of hand like it is now, mostly bad. Worth a look.
And partisanship pundits will be pleased at the prospect of more polarity-pondering pleasures in the just-published, critically acclaimed weighty tome referenced within the column.