Can Americans Find a Way to Deal With Ideological Differences? Nolan L. Reichl Authors Opinion Piece in Portland Press Herald

Differences of opinion in the world of politics are nothing new. But when compared to the postwar years after FDR, when presidents and even members of Congress figured out a way to get along and make compromises, the fractured state of politics today appears quite alarming.

In his opinion, piece, Nolan asks, “Can America’s contemporary political institutions effectively resolve the political disputes that accompany this ideological diversity?" Click here to read Nolan’s thoughts on that question, and what types of reforms might be needed to try to resolve our political disputes.