The Three Languages of Politics by Arnold Kling

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Mr. Kling...makes a sophisticated argument for why we're so often uncivil to each other. He is aware, too, that his "axes" don't account for everyone.
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Progressives, conservatives, and libertarians use different languages to justify their beliefs. This increases polarization. This book enables readers to better understand different points of view.
 

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Published April 12, 2013 54 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences.
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Reviewed by Barton Swaim on May 24 2013

Mr. Kling...makes a sophisticated argument for why we're so often uncivil to each other. He is aware, too, that his "axes" don't account for everyone.

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