In the increasingly united states hopkins offers an incisive look at our increasingly nationalized political life and what it means for the future of federalism and the health of our democracy lynn vavreck university of california los angeles. Daniel j hopkins is the author of the increasingly united states how and why american political behavior nationalized a 2018 book featured in the new yorker and the new york times he is a professor in the political science department at the university of pennsylvania and his research focuses on american elections and public opinion. Further based on responses to an open ended question asking what respondents are most proud of about the united states and about their state there are many more references to national political factors and values regarding the united states compared to the state there also many more responses overall about the nation than about the state. This disconcerting disconnect between national political behavior and localized elections is the subject of an important new book the increasingly united states how and why american political . Get this from a library the increasingly united states how and why american political behavior nationalized daniel j hopkins in a campaign for state or local office these days youre as likely today to hear accusations that an opponent advanced obamacare or supported donald trump as you are to hear about issues affecting
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