Gregory Wawro

Columbia University

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Professor of Political Science at Columbia University, specializing in American politics, and author of Filibuster: Obstruction and Lawmaking in the US Senate

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After the 2010 midterm elections, magazine writer Robert Draper saw big change was in the wind as Republicans prepared to use their new majority in Congress as the "point of the spear"…

Are Congress' Extreme Politics Eroding Our Democracy?

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Even some long-time Republicans are calling the current Congress the most dysfunctional since the Civil War. Public approval is 14 percent -- up from nine.

Are Congress' Extreme Politics Eroding Our Democracy?

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