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Once you read this book you will want to pass it on to your friends.
Bishop's book manages to deal with this subject comprehensively while being fluidly written, informative, insightful, and even entertaining.
Bishop's problem, rather, is that he overreaches his evidence and has virtually no grasp of his historical context.
A compelling idea about the reasons why the United States is so divided by ideology. Bishop and his colleagues compiled a mass amount of polling data from previous elections to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by jane fullerton
Election 2008 and again in 2012 seem to belie the ascertions of the author, Mr. Bishop.
The book gets tedious at times, but it does go to the clustering of people by... Read more
Once you read this book you will want to pass it on to your friends. It will make the rounds. Extremely well researched and
presented, it will have you questioning your... Read more
Difficult to put down.......this is a great book. Makes a great gift as well. Bought it for two friends and one friend bought it for another friend!!Published 5 months ago by Shirley Menasco
Good book, well written and propounds an idea worth-reading. It does sometimes get repetitive and could be 50 pages shorter without having to shed something important but it... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kimon Karras
This is an incredibly readable but thorough statistical analysis of the sociological trends that are shaping our conutry's political dynamics. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jason Lemons
OK, President Clinton. The premise the book is based on is obvious and the exhaustive statistics quoted are impressive but unless you're an accountant that just LOVES numbers the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sam Kamilos
Reading this book taught me much that I had thought important
but had not read in print. It is a concept that must be learned if we are to
become a stronger nation that... Read more
This book provides valuable insight into something I've observed and thought about, but never examined empirically. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Glenn Cassidy