Reclaiming the Center: The Case for a Ceasefire in America's Culture War

Majorie Smith

Abstract


Partisan news sources of all political stripes would have us believe that there’s a war raging on in American society. Increasingly prevalent is the notion that America is in the grips of what some despairing analysts (and gleeful news anchors) have labeled a “Culture War”- the ultimate expression of our increasingly polarized political life, in which the two competing viewpoints stay in their own yards, only seeking out media sources that validate their existing ideals, and lobbing attacks across the fence at the enemy camp.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/ppr.2017.89

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