Maybe money in politics is not such a huge problem? What drives the U.S. federal bureaucracy? Is it really so bad for democracy if highly partisan voters stick with their candidates regardless of performance in office?
Ian Turner wants to know.
An assistant professor of political science, resident faculty fellow with the Institution for Social and Policy Studies (ISPS), and a faculty affiliate of the Center for the Study of American Politics, Turner’s research focuses primarily on American political institutions and democratic accountability. ISPS Communications Officer Rick Harris spoke with him recently to gain some insight into what his work can tell us about the state of politics in the country. Read the full interview at the link below.