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During this time of agitation and unrest after Roe v. Wade is overturned, SCOTUS liberalizes gun laws, and mass shootings, I thought we could all use reminding of how protests affect elections! #TakeItToThePolls
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I’ve reposted an article from the Stanford Graduate School of Business reporting on a study correlating political protests with swings in voting. It finds a positive correlation. Have a look for yourself and let me know what you think in the comments.
This article is right up the Psy’s alley: it uses psychology — although without explicitly identifying the tendencies as such — to explain our inexplicable politics. However, it is not nearly snarky, sarcasticky, or profaney enough. That’s okay, I fixed that by writing this here introduction. It is […]
Originally posted on Media Inequality:
Progressives don’t need a new narrative. We already have one. We just need to stop neglecting it. Remember when you were a child and you used to ask your mum for a new toy and she’d say ‘you have plenty of old toys…