Book Name: Why We’re Polarized PDF
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Language: English
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Ezra Klein is a journalist, political commentator, and co-founder of Vox. He explains how American politics became a toxic system, why we participate in it, and what it means for our future.

After Election Day 2016, people who liked the soon-to-be President and didn’t want him said his win was a first in history. Most Americans would agree that a candidate like Donald Trump had never been elected President. But Ezra Klein, a political journalist, says the 2016 election wasn’t surprising. Trump’s victory in the election followed the same pattern as previous ones. He got almost the same percentage of voters from the same groups as other Republican candidates.

Over the past 50 years, our racial, religious, geographical, ideological, and cultural identities have merged with our political identities. The weight of these merged identities is breaking up a lot of our politics and tearing at the ties that keep this country together.

In this groundbreaking book, Klein shows how and why American politics became divided over identity in the 20th century and what that division did to the way we see the world and each other. And he shows how polarized political identities and institutions push our political system toward a crisis.

Klein gives a clear framework for understanding everything from Trump’s rise to the Democratic Party’s move to the left and the politicization of everyday life. His book is neither a polemic nor a lament. This book will change how you think about politics and maybe even yourself.

Table of contents :

Title Page
Introduction: What Didn’t Happen
Chapter 1: How Democrats Became Liberals and Republicans Became Conservatives
Chapter 2: The Dixiecrat Dilemma
Chapter 3: Your Brain on Groups
Chapter 4: The Press Secretary in Your Mind
Chapter 5: Demographic Threat
Chapter 6: The Media Divide beyond Left-Right
Chapter 7: Post-Persuasion Elections
Chapter 8: When Bipartisanship Becomes Irrational
Chapter 9: The Difference between Democrats and Republicans
Chapter 10: Managing Polarization—and Ourselves
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Author(s): Ezra Klein

Year: 2020

ISBN: 9781476700328


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