James Madison and Modern Divisive Politics
Richard Brookhiser talked about his American History Magazine article on James Madison, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic… read more
Richard Brookhiser talked about his American History Magazine article on James Madison, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. In the piece Mr. Brookhiser claimed that the fourth president was the founder of the politics of parties, partisan media, sound bites, and slogans.
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