Who Owns Our Political Future? What the Demographic Trends Tell Us: We’ve heard a lot in recent years about John B. Judis and Ruy Teixera’s 2002 book, The Emerging Democratic Majority, and Karl Rove’s 2003 claim to have created a Permanent Republican Majority, but even after Obama’s re-election, it still seems to a lot of us that what we’ve got is gridlock: gridlock in Washington, and gridlock in the American electorate. What is the evidence that this gridlock is about to be broken by either party? Democratic Perspective investigates.
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