Culture War Myth Of A Polarized Analysis

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Chapter one of the book is the opening thesis of the argument for the book Culture War: The Myth of a Polarized. He explains, that Americans are not deeply divided. However, he thinks that Americans are closely divided on certain issues. He portray’s that there’s not a culture war within the general population of the United States. He say’s that this culture war is between the conservative and liberal states. In addition, the true divide is amongst the political parties, because the voters are of greater moderate and centrist in their opinions. The thesis of the “Culture War” is that the American population is not polarized because of all the misinterpreted data, and the selective coverage of the media. In the next chapter, he explains
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