Studied and sober analysis of why political sides are often poles apart

A new book rigorously examines the core beliefs of both the left and the right

17th May, 2020
Studied and sober analysis of why political sides are often poles apart
Pro-gun activists stage a counter-protest against gun control advocates in Pennsylvania in the US. Each year in the US, more children are killed by firearms than by cancer. Picture: Getty

[Non-fiction]

Vexed: Ethics Beyond Political Tribes

By James Mumford

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