Hyperpartisanship and the First Hundred Days

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The troubled presidential transition of 2020–21 necessitates a renewed look at how rising partisanship has affected new administrations in the 21st century. Terri Bimes and Casey Dominguez discuss a decline in opposition party cooperation with newly elected presidents since the era of polarized parties and insecure majorities began.

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