California Conquers its Partisan Chaos

December 2013
Progressive Populist;12/1/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p6
The author comments on how California resolved partisan warfare by moving the House of Representatives into Democratic control, citing the failure of the Republican leadership to stop a destructive minority from threatening the country's credit rating and world economic standing.


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