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The authors cite research supporting their contention that the brains of conservatives and liberals are wired differently. The main point seems to be that conservatives are more squeamish and more likely to search for threats, while liberals tend to be more adventurous. They suggest that these differences in temperament are "hard wired" at a fundamental neurological level.
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