This post is the last in our Summer Reading Group series discussing recent books on the current state of American democracy.
Jonathan Haidt. The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion. New York, NY: Random House Inc., 2012.
By Sundar Ramanujam is a 2017 graduate of the M.A. program in Democracy and Governance.
After robust discussions on racial identity and inequality in America, the focus of our last discussion of our 2017 summer book club is set on understanding polarization and divide in American society. However, unlike the previous two sittings, a slightly different academic framework has been adopted in studying this political conundrum: psychology. Continue reading “A Tale of Two (Moral) Matrices”