Juan Linz dies: Yale political scientist explains why government-by-crisis will just get worse.

131002_$BOX_WhiteMenDoingNothin.jpg.CROP.promovar-mediumlargeAnd his analysis has a disturbing message for residents of the contemporary United States. The current atmosphere of political crisis isn’t a passing fad and it isn’t going to get better. In fact, it’s very likely to get worse. Much worse. And lead to a complete breakdown of constitutional government and the democratic order.

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