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Does Eating Dog Make You a Liberal?

An analysis of Johnathan Haidt’s “The Righteous Mind”

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“A family’s dog was killed by a car in front of their house. They had heard that dog meat was delicious, so they cut up the dog’s body and cooked it and ate it for dinner. Nobody saw them do this.”

Jonathan Haidt, The Righteous Mind




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Akarsh Nalawade

Akarsh Nalawade

Talkative. Easy-goer. Globetrotter. Quixotic. Polemic. Mind-changer. Tea Drinker. Nerd. I write (mostly) about the books I read.

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