From RAND Review, a special issue on politics and government in the United States. From The Atlantic Monthly, Mariah Blake on the Ballot Cops: A controversial new organization is building a nationwide army to root out voter fraud — or suppress voter turnout; Robert Draper on the League of Dangerous Mapmakers: How a few determined partisans rig Congress; and James Bennett on the new price of American politics: Citizens United has changed our democracy — will it lead to a populist awakening or a corporate recapturing of U.S. elections? Eric Patashnik on why government fails to adopt painless solutions to the nation’s problems. Alan Suderman on how the worst-kept secret in D.C. contracting is how easy it is to game the system. From TED, Clay Shirky on how the Internet will transform government (eventually). William
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