Skip to content
Apply
Stories

The Elephant in the Room: Donald Trump and the Future of the Republican Party | William G. Mayer

People in this story

William Mayer, Professor of Political Science, Northeastern University

Andrew E. Busch, Crown Professor of Government and George R. Roberts Fellow, Claremont McKenna College

Did Donald Trump create a new blueprint for Republicans, ruin the Grand Old Party, or something in between? And what, if anything, should his role be in the future of the party? In this collection of timely essays, a variety of center-right political scientists and commentators address Donald J. Trump’s past effects and future role in the Republican Party. Covering policy, politics, character, and comportment, the authors offer a wide range of analyses and recommendations. Essays range from Trump’s place in historical context to analyses of contemporary voting behavior to efforts to disentangle Trump’s policies from his persona.

More Stories

Wendy Parmet, Matthews Distinguished University Professor of Law and Faculty Director, Center for Health Policy and Law, poses for a rooftop portrait on Northeastern University’s Boston campus.

Wendy Parmet became a public health giant. In true Northeastern fashion, it started with a co-op

07.24.2024

With the help of Northeastern, Tennessee Valley Authority experiments with a new forecast model to better predict extreme rainfalls

07.24.2024

Expert advice: Coping strategies for navigating the 24-hour news cycle

07.25.24
All Stories