New York : Basic Books, a member of the Perseus Books Group, 
LibraryThing member dougcornelius
People are overly reliant on their peers in guiding their political views. Most of us are less likely to read a story with a position that we oppose. We have less personal interaction with our politicians and rely on television ads and news snippets to guide our views. Then add in human biases. No wonder we can't figure out who to vote for.
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