Party competition and political discourse in America.
Andrew E. Busch
Andrew E. Busch is Crown Professor of Government and George R. Roberts Fellow at Claremont McKenna College.
Articles by Andrew E. Busch
...but almost won.
We're still wondering why.
'Fascist' isn't a multi-purpose word.
The stakes are large.
Andrew E. Busch on the controversial history of the peace sign.
Why the answer is crucial to the coming debate.
Is the election over before it begins?
To win in 2006 and beyond, Republicans need to recover their standing as the party of limited government.
Why Barry Goldwater was not a "Goldwater conservative."
How might history have been different if Reagan had won the 1976 Republican nomination?
Social Security reform has long been an issue of contention for Republicans. Andrew E. Busch discusses the problem and benefits of tackling the rough issue of reforming the future of Social Security.
The country is less divided than in 2000.
Re-examining Reagan's legacy.
A much needed reappraisal of the realignment genre.
Because the South can no longer be taken for granted by Democrats, Democrats have moved to the right to maintain presidential viability.
Andrew E. Busch limns the unintended effects of September 11 on American domestic politics.
Remember all that talk a few years ago about political realignment? Well, the realignment is here, and neither political party is going to like it.