Political segregation: The Big Sort - The Economist

Political segregation: The Big Sort

Political segregation: The Big Sort - The Economist
Political segregation: The Big Sort
Published Jun 21, 2008
1299 words — Published Jun 21, 2008
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Americans are increasingly choosing to live among like-minded neighbours. This makes the culture war more bitter and politics harder SOME folks in Texas recently decided to start a new community "containing 100% Ron Paul supporters"....

  
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The Economist. "Political segregation: The Big Sort" Jun 21, 2008. Alacra Store. Nov 15, 2018. <http://news.alacrastore.com/economist/Political-segregation-The-Big-Sort-EN_EN_MAIN_20080621T000000_0086>
  
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