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Avi Tuschman, Our Political Nature: The Evolutionary Origins of What Divides Us (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2013), 543 pages. ISBN 978-1-61614-823-2. Hardcover: $24.95.

  • Paul Vasholz
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Correspondence: Paul Vasholz Jr. Email: paul.vasholz@uwc.edu
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1Alford, John R., Funk, Carolyn L., and Hibbing, John R., “Are political orientations genetically transmitted?American Political Science Review, 2005, 99(2): 153167.
2Alford, John R., Hatemi, Peter K., Hibbing, John R., Martin, Nicholas G., and Eaves, Lindon J., “The Politics of mate choice,” Journal of Politics, 2011, 73(2): 362379.
3Klofstad, Casey A., McDermott, Rose, and Hatemi, Peter K., “The dating preferences of liberals and conservatives,” Political Behavior, 2013, 35: 519538.
4See, for example, Chris Mooney, “Scientists are beginning to figure out why conservatives are…conservative,” Mother Jones, July 15, 2014, http://m.motherjones.com/politics/2014/07/biology-ideology-john-hibbing-negativity-bias.
5Ridley, Matt, Nature Via Nurture (New York: Prometheus Books, 2003).
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