The way politics and policy-making intersect can define the legacy of an administration and change the course of history. Here, an analysis from Nathan Sproul.
In times like these, policy can appear to fall by the wayside amidst the noise of the larger political theater while politics remains is a vocal competition on all fronts. Policy-making, a display of subtlety and compromise, captures less public attention in spite of its significance.
To read Nathan Sproul's thought leadership on the intersection of politics and policy, visit: http://nathansproul.com/the-complex-relationship-between-politics-and-policy/