Tag Archives: electoral politics

The dynamics of division

A recent post by Stratfor intelligently discusses the dynamics of US presidential elections — why they tend to be so even, why low voter turnout does not seem a good indicator of voter alienation, that big [60%+] wins (Harding 1920, FDR 1936,  LBJ 1964, Nixon 1972) have not generally led to historically well-regarded presidencies. But […]