This paper is a review of book, analyzing different views of the authors.
The authors present a recent events pro- democratic narrative that is one sided, outright or misrepresent quantitative data, systematically overlook the democrats ‘bare- knuckled biased fighting as well as ignore the political and economic greater shift realities of America in the 21st century. This book is unconvincing but illustrates the biasness of liberal Beltway establishment through several years ago.
With regard to the mid 2011 debt ceiling battle, the authors state that the disaster was caused by ideological extremism combination tradition disrespect as well as economy health indifference, which provoked republicans in congress to push for cuts’ spending in return for the debt ceiling expansion. This is untrue in the sense that despite the fact that the debt ceiling battle is unparalleled, the same applies to the federal debt burden. It has never occurred for the nation to have an annual budget deficit almost hitting 10% gross domestic product. To be fair in this matter, this should have tried to explain what moved the GOP rather than being written up to extremism (Cost).
The authors give a short exchange noting that during the negotiations with the speaker, the president made a demand of increase in taxes by extra $400 billion parlance. The fact has been mentioned, however, there lacks consideration if as well as by how far the president’s allies pulled him to the left, or if Mr. Obama was applying his own political games. The authors’ argument is unwarranted hence unbelievable and unacceptable (Cost).
Ornstein and Mann claim to have hard data that could justify their claims. They come up with an ideological polarization graph that has been derived from political scientists Howard Rosenthal and Keith Poole’s analysis, which allegedly does