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Political Polarization in America, Through the Eyes of a President

David Helfenbein, University of Pennsylvania

Division: Social Sciences

Dept/Program: Political Science

Document Type: Undergraduate Student Research

Mentor(s): Henry Teune

Date of this Version: 01 May 2008

This document has been peer reviewed.

 

Thesis Advisers:
Professor Henry Teune, Political Science
David Eisenhower, Communication and Public Service

Abstract

This thesis examines the extent of political polarization in America from a historical perspective, with a focus on the years of Bill Clinton's presidency. With perspective from President Clinton himself, the author examines the Clinton years and the current state of polarization in relation to other times in American history.

Discipline(s)

Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

Suggested Citation

Helfenbein, David, "Political Polarization in America, Through the Eyes of a President" 01 May 2008. CUREJ: College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal, University of Pennsylvania, http://repository.upenn.edu/curej/82.

Date Posted: 01 May 2008

This document has been peer reviewed.

 

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