The New York Times: The Return of the Chastened Establishment

“We could acknowledge that we are an evenly divided country. We could build the bipartisan governing coalitions and agendas suited to that reality. Fortunately, many people are opting for plan B. For example, the Convergence Center for Policy Resolution gathers stakeholders across the political spectrum and gets them working together on common visions — union bosses with Wal-Mart executives, teacher union leaders with charter school heads,” says columnist David Brooks.

Read more.

Posted in In the News

Comments are closed.