Public Affairs Quarterly 23 (3):227-244 (2009)

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Adam Kadlac
Wake Forest University
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In today's sometimes volatile political climate, one often hears the charge that some issue or other has been politicized. The claim, when made, almost always constitutes an accusation that something illicit or immoral has been perpetrated by one's political opponents. Thus, writing in the congressional newspaper The Hill prior to the 2006 midterm elections, columnist Josh Marshall contends that "President Bush has politicized national security policy and used foreign policy to divide the country more than any president in modern American history. It'll be a big part of what I believe will be the very dark verdict history will render on his presidency."
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