An new Harvard study finds a political congruence between patriotism promoted on Fourth of July and the values associated with the Republican party.


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An new Harvard study finds “a political congruence between patriotism promoted on Fourth of July and the values associated with the Republican party.”

I think this study says a lot more about the perceived values of the modern Democratic Party, and how many imagine them as almost being hostile to this country and its founding principles.

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3 comments

  • hmm . while this might seem to make some sort of sense at first glance i’m skeptical . the article claims changes of 1-4% with no reference to error % . i think its mostly a pretty headline

  • ‘Almost’ hostile?

  • John M. Egan

    When was the last time I heard a liberal Democrat say something positive about our great country, or be happy for the freedoms we enjoy (that’s right, they’re the party in charge of nullifying our freedoms)…can you spare 10 years?

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