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Political science: Partisans' science interests

People who purchase liberal books have distinct tastes for science compared with those who purchase conservative books. This raises questions about the existence of ‘echo chambers’ on matters where science can inform political debates.

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  1. Toby Bolsen is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, Georgia State University, 33 Peachtree Center Avenue, Suite 1005, Atlanta, Georgia 30303, USA.

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