A couple of images of submissions for this Coursera course I studied recently.
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The Tories very deliberately pitch themselves as the thinking voter’s party. The party of the head, not the heart. So why is it that many indicators suggest that those who are proactively engaging in the democratic process – with their heads, not their hearts – lean left?
A fantastic case in point is this screenshot from the voteforpolicies website.Continue reading “Vote with your head and your heart”