With Congress at a standstill, the Republican and Democratic parties are even further entrenched in calcified partisanship. The rise of extremism in both parties and the exodus of moderate voices from Congress all point toward the public’s growing discontent. Has our two-party system failed us, and is this a call to change our two-party system of governance? With new material from moderator John Donvan, we revisit highlights from our popular 2011 debate featuring Arianna Huffington, David Brooks, P.J. O'Rourke and Zev Chafets.
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