22 June 2012
ABC TV Planet America
With institutional gridlock, abuse of the filibuster and hyper-partisanship plaguing US politics, it's not hard to see why Congressional approval levels are below 15%. Centre guest and associate professor in political science at the University of Colorado Scott Adler talks to John Barron about how this stalemate can be resolved, if at all.
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