The Wrong Side Absolutely Must Not Win - Reason.com
Eric Barker stashed this in politics
Dupes are cool. PandaWhale is more like Twitter than Reddit. :)
When we perceive someone as politically different from us, we don't give a crap about them:
I would be interested in this study being done in other countries, particularly countries where party affiliation is a bit more fluid.
Yeah, me too.
Indifference feels like an American reaction to difference.
Haven't American politics always been about partisanship?
Or is it somehow worse now than it used to be?
"As Americans head to the polls this November, their values and basic beliefs are more polarized along partisan lines than at any point in the past 25 years."