SOMEONE'S BEEN BUSY. The Public Brewery, quartered along the No. 10 carline not far from the Oakland Station, has commented on the 2005 Pew Research Center Political Typology (which is worth a few minutes of your time to play with; in common with any survey it can be criticized for classifying on the basis of insufficient alternatives.) You'll also find (along with some Sprecher on tap?) links to other comments on the survey and the typology. Well worth your time.

I took the survey and am not too surprised with my classification, which remains classified information in order to make my job teaching policy classes a bit easier. I do not want students attempting to slant their answers in the hope of finding a more sympathetic reader (and note that such efforts are usually pretty self-evident and ineffective in any event.)

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