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In an age of political immaturity
Paul Howe Ph.D.
Part II: Authoritarians form one part of Trump's support base. But another – more challenging in many ways – are Americans who harbor antisocial attitudes.
Part 1: Some argue that authoritarians provided the core support for Donald Trump and his autocratic ambitions. But there may be another group we should be looking at more closely.
Why some refuse to wear masks during the pandemic — and what it suggests about the state of American society.
Paul Howe, Ph.D., is a Professor of Political Science at the University of New Brunswick. His research interests include political psychology, populism, democracy, and social/cultural change.