Monthly Archives: June 2013

Bipartisan Quadrille

Bipartisan Quadrille Bipartisanship with Styles Bridges and LBJ As politics in the 21st century became characterized by intense, bitter partisanship, Congress degenerated into posturing, bickering and inaction. Some Washington pundits gripe that the 113th Congress was doing less than the “Do-Nothing 80th Congress” of 1946-47 and called for a revival of bipartisanship. Here’s one example […]