After Words with Sasha Issenberg
In his book Sasha Issenberg discusses election tactics and strategies based on the use of behavioral psychology and experiments with voters to determine the outcome of elections. Mr. Issenberg discussed this new use of science with Nancy Jacobson, a co-founder of the non-partisan group No Labels. close
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