THE STRONGHOLD: How Republicans Captured Congress but Surrendered the White House
An examination of national Republican politics since 1989, tracing the Party's transformation and its political consequences. Schaller contends that as the GOP became more conservative, it became more Congress-centered, and conservatism continues to increase, possibly signaling a future of increasing radicalization, dependency on a shrinking pool of voters, and less viability as a true national party.
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