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Politics without Reason: The Perfect World and the Liberal Ideal 2008th Edition

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ISBN-10: 0230603777
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"This current experience of uncertainty has led to splitting and polarization at the national political level.Thisresults in both the Republican and Democratic parties being used as the 'other'. Each party becomesthe sole bad object for the other.In exploring and seeking to understand something of the irrationality behind such splitting this timely, reflective volume provides us with a valuable explanation of current political dynamics in America." - Lionel F Stapley, author of Globalisation and Terrorism: Death of a Way of Life

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David P. Levine is Professor in the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver.
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