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The Transpartisan Review Blog #12

The Bridge Alliance, self-described “rising American tide of conservatives and liberals, centrists and moderates, … (that) can become a powerful and positive voice in the American political landscape advocating ‘Country Before Party,’” made its first appearance in the nation’s capital Thursday, September 15.

The Transpartisan Review Blog #4

America has a representative government. Voters elect leaders who appoint civil servants, and they implement ‘public policy’. This works for much public business, but in areas involving social services—school reform, drug rehabilitation, criminal justice, race relations, poverty and even security policy, results fall far short of aspirations.

Understanding ‘Brexit,’ the British Exit from the EU

By A. Lawrence Chickering and James S. Turner The British vote to leave the European Union (EU) caught everyone by surprise—pundits, politicians and profiteers. Part of the confusion stems from analyzing the disaffection in terms of left and right. In the mainstream analysis, xenophobic racism explained why the far right wanted

Introducing The Transpartisan Review Project

Dear Citizen for Health,

Below is an introduction to The Transpartisan Review project.

My co-author, Lawry Chickering, and I are developing the Review to expand the themes in our 2008 book Voice of the People: The Transpartisan Imperative in American Life.

I think it is of special importance and relevance to Citizens for Health because health is one of the largest arenas where people from every section of the political discourse gather in the drive for improvement.

Conservatives, liberals, libertarian, greens, other third parties  and unaffiliateds across the country see the breakdown of health and the healthcare system as a pressing matter of our national discussion.

We offer our transpartisan analysis as one way to think about health and a myriad of other national topics in which discord currently dominates our discourse.  I hope it is useful to you.

–Jim Turner
Chair, Citizen for Health