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The Sciences

The Left and Science: A Call for Point of Inquiry Guest Ideas

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJune 10, 2011 8:38 PM

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Following on my last post, I want to do a show that really gets into the political left and its relationship with science. That relationship is not without its problems--GMOs, nuclear, vaccines--though I believe it is nothing like the current relationship with the political right. But the question is, which guest would have the most insight into this question? I've already interviewed Yale's Dan Kahan so he's out, though obviously he has much insight. I would welcome your suggestions. I'm very open to interviewing a conservative who has thought deeply on this question. In fact, that would be the ideal choice.

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