partisan conflict

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The collective absence of ideological or partisan conflict becomes a political asset for individual board members, who are generally perceived to be committed to the widely supported goal of a high-quality public education.
That legislation is unlikely to receive approval in the Senate, but it speaks to the broader partisan conflict unfolding on immigration.
Then, using quantitative comparisons and historical process tracing to interpret these trends, I argue that presidents' increasing invocation of bipartisan themes in their public rhetoric about parties and partisanship over the 1977-2012 period reflects an effort to cope with partisan polarization and reach out to the millions of citizens disaffected by rancorous partisan conflict (Harbridge and Malhotra 2011; Hibbing and Theiss-Morse 2002; Milkis, Rhodes, and Charnock 2012).
Amid partisan conflict in Congress, dozens of lawmakers from both parties -- including staunch liberals and conservatives -- have united behind a bill that supporters say addresses a heart-rending issue beyond politics: the millions of foreign children languishing in orphanages or otherwise at risk because they have no immediate family.
Still, it is the president who has suffered the most damage from his administration's self-inflicted wounds and a year of partisan conflict that included a partial shutdown of the government.
The editorial, which indicates that the PJD and the Istiqlal seek the intervention of the King in a partisan conflict that does not concern him, says that "this is a schizophrenic attitude, because the sovereign cannot resolve this conflict without replacing the internal organs of the parties.
He has in fact introduced terms like crocodiles, demons and banner-men of confusion to the lexicon of partisan conflict, after some leaders had spoken of a "secret party" and of lobbies opposed to change.
The issue has caused outrage in Turkey, which argues killings took place on all sides during a fierce partisan conflict.
1 again called for consideration of the effects that partisan conflict could have on the country's economic activity:
However, India's intractable position on the issue of the Army chief's removal made it appear that Delhi had explicitly taken sides on the bitter partisan conflict.
Examining the way politicians engage questions of trade, welfare, and abortion policy, she makes three primary claims: geographic regions in the United States are shaped by unique fusions of their inhabitants' material and cultural experiences, regional differences are translated into political significance in part because ambitious politicians exploit them for partisan gain, and it is this exploitation of regional differences that is largely responsible for the nature of partisan conflict in the United States.
Yet the seeds of partisan conflict are already being planted.