Transpartisan Notes Collection

Begun six years ago on July 4th, 2016, the Transpartisan Notes series continues to explore historical and current issues and themes from a transpartisan perspective.

From the Authors & Editors of the Transpartisan Review

If you are only now discovering A. Lawrence Chickering and Jim S. Turner’s Transpartisan Notes, here’s a chance to read them all at once or download them to your favorite mobile device.

Collection #1:  July – December 2016

Our first collection explores several facets of “transpartisan” through the 2016 election season leading up to President Trump’s inauguration and the release of The Transpartisan Review Issue #1.

Read:  The Transpartisan Notes – Part One (or Order a Print Version from Blurb)

Collection #2:  January – June 2017

Collection two tackles a multitude of issues from the first half of 2017 leading up to the release of The Transpartisan Review Issue #2, including a transpartisan moment at the Oscars and a transpartisan look at taxes.

Read:  The Transpartisan Notes – Part Two (or Order a Print Version from Blurb)

Collection #3:  July – December 2017

Our third collection expands the conversation through the second half of 2017, sharing stories of transpartisan partnerships in D.C., transpartisan efforts world-wide, and the impact of individuals past and present.

Read:  The Transpartisan Notes – Part Three (or Order a Print Version from Blurb)

Collection #4:  January – December 2018

Our latest collection spans all of 2018, exploring many topics including the Winter Olympics in Korea, the Royal Wedding in the UK, the challenges transpartisan has in gaining traction, President Trump’s Korean Summits, and the mid-term election.

Read:  The Transpartisan Notes – Part Four (or Order a Print Version from Blurb)

Transpartisan Notes Omnibus:  2016 -2022

A complete collection of all 150 Transpartisan Notes is in the works and will be available later this year. A complete list, with links, to all  Transpartisan Notes can be found here.

You can read each in your browser by clicking on its link.  If you would like to download the collection to your desktop to read offline or to transfer to another device, right-click on the link and select the download option.


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