One must wonder what the ramifications will yeild a decade from now...
Bishop's book manages to deal with this subject comprehensively while being fluidly written, informative, insightful, and even entertaining.
Bishop's problem, rather, is that he overreaches his evidence and has virtually no grasp of his historical context.
This book utilizes demographics and sociology to explain how America has become more homogenous and politically polarized in the last thirty years. Read morePublished 8 days ago by blue ocotillo
A fabulous analysis. If you're wondering why Washington can't get anything done anymore, this will both present a well substantiated hypothesis and a fairly grim prognosis for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Reed P.
Worth the time - describes a sorting of people, in politics, culture, communities, that is one of the major facts of our existence. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. R. Showalter
very good book to read to understand how gerry-mandering works in politics.Published 4 months ago by Kay
But he does point out a valid trend in American life. Cheap transportation (of goods and services as well as people) has made it possible for liberals to self-segregate into... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Machinery's Handbook
This is an outstanding book. I could easily see it used in academic classrooms, but for my purposes it is a fascinating read for the information it provides for how American... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mark R. Crist
Life is different in America these days. The big sort explains some of this, especially why our democracy is not working.Published 10 months ago by J. Dorch