Study compares Liberals and Conservatives -- addendum for book "Cracking the Code??"

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Article: "The Ideology of No" New Research into How Liberals and Conservatives Think Differently.” LINK:

Key excerpts from article:

* Why the conservative fondness for the negative? (Caption from article image)

* Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University recently published evidence that even nonpolitical attitudes are formed differently in liberals and conservatives.

* Like much research on ideological differences, these findings are likely to inspire as much controversy as wonder, with liberals hailing the discovery of a new conservative bias, and conservatives dismissing the research itself as biased.

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Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

Income Inequality Has Gone Up

The chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, Jason Furman, recently wrote in the Washington Post that "Last year saw the largest single-year reduction in poverty since the 1960s."

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