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'Culture War?' Exposing Myth of Red vs. Blue States

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'Culture War?' Exposing Myth of Red vs. Blue States

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NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates discusses the new book Culture War? The Myth of a Polarized America with its co-author, Samuel Abrams. Abrams argues that the "red vs. blue" cultural divide repeated by American media is inaccurate shorthand, and that Americans agree more than disagree about many important issues.

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Culture War?

The Myth Of A Polarized America

by Morris P. Fiorina, Samuel J. Abrams and Jeremy C. Pope

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