Impending Civil Strife or Further Evidence of Non-Attitudes? A Review Article
Shanto Iyengar reviews Radical American Partisanship: Mapping Violent Hostility, Its Causes, and Consequences for Democracy by Nathan P. Kalmoe and Lilliana Mason. He summarizes the authors’ key findings on the psychological antecedents of support for violence and the political contexts that either facilitate or discourage outbreaks of violence. He enumerates a set of reservations concerning both the authors’ conceptualization of political violence as an extension of partisanship and key elements of their research design.
Dimensions of Tolerance: What Americans Believe About Civil Liberties, Herbert McCloskey and Alida Brill Reviewed by Shanto Iyengar
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