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 Talking Politics Over Dinner | Will Hull, MPA
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What I'm Saying.

Talking Politics Over Dinner

General Thoughts

Have you ever tried to explain political ideology to others? For some, speaking about politics is a lot like talking about religion. One simply doesn’t do it unless they are prepared to offend or create a heated discussion. Often these heated discussions can turn for the worse because of one’s long-held and deeply seated beliefs, that they will defend their beliefs at the cost of a relationship or further, fisticuffs.

Well, here is a quick and concise way of getting the lesson across without creating a hullabaloo over the subject.

I think this infographic is rather well put together.

What do you think? Does it capture both sides equally? Is something omitted?

Source: Left vs Right: US Political Spectrum by mkandlez on Flickr
Source: Left vs Right: US Political Spectrum by mkandlez on Flickr

- Will

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