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The American political maps of the 2000 and 2004 Presidential elections were colored Red and Blue. We've all seen them on the news and in print. We've heard them discussed at length. They've become something of a media icon. Of course like any icon they are open to interpretation. And so one might ask, what are we to think about the Red States and Blue States? Many traditional pundits have weighed in on this question, and they've told us what they think. That is good up to a point, but what about other interpretations? Ed Bremson addresses this question in The Tao of Red States and Blue…mehr

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The American political maps of the 2000 and 2004 Presidential elections were colored Red and Blue. We've all seen them on the news and in print. We've heard them discussed at length. They've become something of a media icon. Of course like any icon they are open to interpretation. And so one might ask, what are we to think about the Red States and Blue States? Many traditional pundits have weighed in on this question, and they've told us what they think. That is good up to a point, but what about other interpretations? Ed Bremson addresses this question in The Tao of Red States and Blue States. He looks at the Red State and Blue State phenomenon through the lens of Chinese philosophy. He arrives at answers (and questions) that stimulate our thinking and enlighten our understanding.