No, Arthur Brooks: Conservative women are not ‘particularly blissful’

Yesterday we reported on Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute and occasional New York Times op-ed writer, and his claim, unsupported by data, that “None, it seems, are happier than the Tea Partiers.” As sociologist Jay Livingston figured out, Brooks’s claim may have come from an analysis of the cumulative (since 1972) data […]mf No, Arthur Brooks: Conservative women are not ‘particularly blissful’

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