An uncivil war : taking back our democracy in an age of Trumpian disinformation and Thunderdome politics / Greg Sargent.
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- ISBN: 9780062698452
- ISBN: 0062698451
- Physical Description: 246 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Custom House, 
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -246).
In An Uncivil War, Sargent reveals why we’ve fallen into the ditch—and how to get out of it. Drawing upon years of research and reporting, he exposes the unparalleled sophistication and ambition of GOP tactics, including computer-generated gerrymandering, underhanded voter suppression, and ever-escalating legislative hardball. We are also plagued by other brutal, seemingly intractable problems such as dismal turnout and powerful, built-in temptations to tilt the political playing field with unscrupulous partisan trickery. All of this has been accompanied by foreign-government intervention and an unprecedented level of political disinformation that threatens to undermine the very possibility of shared agreement on facts and poses profound new challenges to the media’s ability to inform the citizenry. Yet the Republican Party is only part of the problem. As Sargent provocatively reveals, Democrats share culpability for helping to accelerate this slide.
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