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characters Culture War? The Myth ofa Polarized America Great uestions in Politics Series ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ã ❴Read❵ ➪ Culture War? The Myth ofa Polarized America Great uestions in Politics Series Author Morris P. Fiorina – EyltransCulture War? PDF in America this brief trade like text looks at controversial and hot topic issues such as homosexuality abortion etc and argues that most Americans are not polarized in relation to them. Fiorina makes some interesting new ish points attempting to disprove that there is a culture war in the US While I agree that perhaps culture war is a bit dramatic he did not convince me that there is not in fact great disagreement among a sizable portion of Americans Maybe it is only 20% or so but that is still a lot of people and uite meaningful especially if the folks who are interested enough in voting in primaries have uite different views then the candidates will end up with different views and values I am sure he will come out with another edition after the 2012 election and I'll be interested to see how he discusses the tea party and the ill will in Congress

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Updated in a new rd edition The Myth eBook #9734 and part of the Great uestions in Politics series Culture War The Myth of a Polarized America combines polling data with a compelling narrative to debunk. This book bored me to hell So repetitive and on a topic which didn’t really interest me Maybe I shouldn’t have taken AP Gov

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Culture War The Myth ofa Polarized America Great uestions in Politics SeriesCommonly believed myths about American politics particularly the claim that Americans are deeply divided in their fundamental political views Authored by one of the most respected political scientists. The “culture war” rhetoric recently popularized by some in the media polarizes and stereotypes Americans Blue states are snobs Red states are unsophisticated working class stiffs But is such polarization real or is it the figment of “politicos” in the media who have found a catchy sound bite Media and the politic elite appear to find such divides useful to their purposes ie to be able to play up to their base Americans are divided in real ways across issues of abortion gun control and governmental control over their day to day lives However how much this divide actually results in “two Nations” is debatable Fiorina 2005 provides somewhat of an answer to that uestion It is that there is no real culture divide and Fiorina hammers this point with survey data Red and Blue states are not divided at all but are centrists in orientation However when the survey data is examined America appears to be right of center than smack down the middle centrists For example both Red and Blue States believe at eual levels that immigration should decrease favor school vouchers and view the moral climate as much worse than previously Both hold socially progressive ideas of euality for women oppose racial discrimination and tolerance of others moral views The divide comes in terms of gun control and opposition to legalization of abortion and perhaps it is these issues that color our opinion of the culture divide It may be that there are deep divides in terms of these two issues in Red and Blue states but on multiple core issues there is agreement in the conservative direction by the American Electorate Dan SmeeAuthor Totally American