The Success of the Conservative Argument NPR's Mike Pesca talks with UC Berkeley professor of linguistics George Lakoff about why he thinks conservatives are more successful than liberals at framing their issues.
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The Success of the Conservative Argument

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The Success of the Conservative Argument

The Success of the Conservative Argument

The Success of the Conservative Argument

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NPR's Mike Pesca talks with UC Berkeley professor of linguistics George Lakoff about why he thinks conservatives are more successful than liberals at framing their issues.