The New Yorker asked California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) about the current state of American politics.
“If, as now seems possible, Democrats dominate the 2018 and 2020 elections, and they end up governing as unilaterally as the Republicans have, Brown fears that ‘a cycle will be created, in which one side pushes as far as it can until it’s thrown out, then the next one does it, and then it will happen again.'”
“He compared it to a car fishtailing.”Save to Favorites