Developmental Politics

America can grow into
a better version of itself

American politics are badly broken.

To solve the seemingly intractable problem of
hyperpolarization, we need to look beyond the gridlocked
politics of Washington D.C.

Steve McIntosh

“Hyperpolarization is a cultural problem that requires a cultural solution.”

— Steve McIntosh

“Steve McIntosh is an incredibly deep and clear thinker … This book is just what we need at this troubled time in history.”
— TONY SCHWARTZ

"The new truth: consciousness evolves."
— STEVE McINTOSH

EXPLORE

Article: Towards a Post-Progressive Political Perspective

Article: Towards a Post-Progressive Political Perspective

Posted May 20, 2020

Podcast: The Emergence of Post-Progressive Political Thought

Podcast: The Emergence of Post-Progressive Political Thought

Posted May 20, 2020

USA Today Op-ed: 'Mrs. America' Shows How Art Can Bridge Our Nation's Cultural, Partisan Divisions

USA Today Op-ed: 'Mrs. America' Shows How Art Can Bridge Our Nation's Cultural, Partisan Divisions

Posted June 6, 2020

5-minute video: Developmental Politics simplified

5-minute video: Developmental Politics simplified

Posted March 1, 2020

5-Minute Video: How to Overcome Political Polarization

5-Minute Video: How to Overcome Political Polarization

Posted March 22, 2020

Value Energy Podcast, Including Commentary on the Protests

Value Energy Podcast, Including Commentary on the Protests

Posted July 3, 2020

Fulcrum Op-ed: Polarization Is More of a Cultural Problem Than a Political One

Fulcrum Op-ed: Polarization Is More of a Cultural Problem Than a Political One

Posted February 25, 2020

Online Character Exercise: Your Portrait of the Good

Online Character Exercise: Your Portrait of the Good

Posted February 14, 2020

Real Clear Politics Op-ed: How Progressives Can Make Common Cause with Evangelicals

Real Clear Politics Op-ed: How Progressives Can Make Common Cause with Evangelicals

Posted February 20, 2020

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