Are Voters More Divided than Ever? - Morris Fiorina
Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2008/04/29/The_2008_Elections_Review_and_Preview Stanford University Political Science Professor Morris Fiorina argues that American voters are not as rigidly partisan as is widely believed, using opinions on the hot-button issue of abortion as an example. ----- David Brady, Morris Fiorina, and Daron Shaw discuss The 2008 Elections: Review and Preview This event was part of the Hoover Institution's Spring Retreat 2008. Morris P. Fiorina is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Wendt Family Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. Formerly he was the Frank Thompson Professor of Government at Harvard University, where he taught from 1982-1998. From 1972-1982 he taught at the California Institute of Technology. Professor Fiorina's research focuses on legislative and electoral processes with particular emphasis on the ways in which political institutions and procedures facilitate or distort the representation of citizen preferences. He has just published Culture War: The Myth of a Polarized America with Samuel J. Abrams and Jeremy C. Pope (Pearson Longman, 2004).
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