For The Economist on Why the US Shuts Down Its Government When Other Countries Do Not

G. Elliott Morris

Jan. 11, 2019

Tags: The Economist Politics Gerrymandering 2018 Midterms

Power sharing, peculiar funding processes, and a ruling made by Jimmy Carter’s Attorney General in 1980 are to blame.

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