I just noticed that I've had a copy of The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion by Jonathan Haidt sitting on my shelf for a few years. I was unaware of that fact, so I bought it this February as a potential recover-from-surgery book. Between my purchase and it rising to the top of my queue around June, I'd had three independent sources recommend it. And now apparently my mom thought I'd be interested in it as of a couple years ago on Christmas.
So… does anyone want to borrow a copy? It's the kind of book that shifts a lot of folks' thinking. I should probably write a review soon.
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