Richard Thompson Ford

Stanford Law School

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At town halls and tea parties, on cable TV and on the Internet — even in Congress --America's political discourse is increasingly angry and vitriolic.

Incivility and the Race Card in US Politics

At town halls and tea parties, on cable TV and on the Internet — even in Congress --America's political discourse is increasingly angry and vitriolic.

from Which Way, L.A.?

At town halls and tea parties, on cable TV and on the Internet — even in Congress --America's political discourse is increasingly angry and vitriolic.

Incivility, Racial Hostility and Dissent in America

At town halls and tea parties, on cable TV and on the Internet — even in Congress --America's political discourse is increasingly angry and vitriolic.

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President Obama's been criticized for taking on too many issues all at the same time.  He began last night's  opening statement  by saying that health-insurance reform fits into his…

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