Culture War?: The Myth of a Polarized America

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Pearson Education, 2006 - Political Science - 234 pages
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Part of the "Great Questions in Politics" series,Culture War? The Myth of a Polarized America combines polling data with a compelling narrative to debunk commonly-believed myths about American politics–particularly the claim that Americans are deeply divided in their fundamental political views.This second edition ofCulture War?features a new chapter that demonstrates how the elections of 2004 reinforce the book’s argument that Americans are no more divided now than they were in the past. In addition, the text has been updated throughout to reflect data from the 2004 elections.

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User Review  - aevaughn - LibraryThing

I liked the book overall. It made arguments that were both important and backed up with a variety of statistics. Overall I believe that this book makes an excellent point that Americans are not trying ... Read full review

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Compelling argument, although it does not address recent increases in partisanship among politicians and its possible repercussions. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER I
1
If America Is Not Polarized
11
CHAPTER 3
33
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Morris P. Fiorina " is the Wendt Family Professor of Political Science at Stanford University and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution.

Samuel J. Abrams " is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Government at Harvard University and a Fellow at the Hamilton Center for Political Economy, New York University.

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