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How group psychology is driving global political turmoil

A protester raises his fist during a demonstration for indigenous sovereignty ahead of the G8 and G20 summits in downtown Toronto, June 24, 2010.    REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) - GM1E66P0CGO01

People who don't benefit from free trade often become nationalist and turn socially conservative. Image: REUTERS/Mark Blinch

Nicola Gennaioli
Professor of Finance, Bocconi University
Guido Tabellini
Professor of Economics, Bocconi University
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Changing social cleavages in the US
Sample: white individuals aged 18 or over.
Changing political conflict in France
Cluster analysis using Ward’s method.
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