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Cognitive Politics: A Communications Workbook for Progressives

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Cognitive scientists are finding deep differences between liberals and conservatives.

This workbook reviews the new studies alongside historical successes. Then we'll apply them to hot-button issues.

Most 'political' books are trying to advise politicians. This is for you & me. The dream of this book is to make your Thanksgiving dinner conversations more respectful and effec
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Paperback, 186 pages
Published February 8th 2017 by Cross Partisan Press
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Feb 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Liberals, to get busy; conservatives, to find out what liberals are up to
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Drawing from the work of George Lakoff, Jonathan Haidt, Bob Altemeyer and others, "Cognitive Politics" starts with the claim that "liberals" and "conservatives" have fundamentally different moral-emotional frameworks. It goes on to ask: How can liberals persuade conservatives to come around to support a more left-wing, progressive agenda? We may never be able to change the underlying elements of someone else's political beliefs; nonetheless, Cataldo argues, we may be able to help others reinterp ...more
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