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The Myth of a Polarized America, Fiorina argues that this idea of a “culture war” is one propagated by the media and that there is no war going on at all.

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The Myth of a Polarized America
Summary
Overall, this essay explains that the cultural war between Republicans and Democrats might not necessarily be separating the United States, but instead it might be uniting it.


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Response Paper Alexander Celeste March 2011That the American mass public is not polarized, although the media and elected officials Fiorina (2007) argues that “the myth of a culture war rests onAmazon com: Culture War?

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Fiorina’s Culture War? The Myth of a Polarized America documents similar response patterns on many issues. His conclusion was noted above: no “culture war” in the general population. But when Future Hopes are considered in light of social forces that may shape them, such as religiosity (see left graph in Figure 3), or when the Future Hopes of different voting blocks are compared (see right graph in Figure 3), the picture is different. In both cases, the comparison reveals groups whose typical responses differ markedly.

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Critical Book Review (Fiorina, Morris, Samuel J. Abrams & Jeremy C. Pope. Culture War: The Myth of a Polarized America, 3rd Edition. New York: Pearson Education, 2010)