Political tolerance is the willingness to extend basic rights and civil liberties to
persons and groups whose viewpoints differ from one's own. It is a central tenet
Political and Racial Tolerance. Political Science 491-005, Spring 2003, TR 9:30
am - 10:45 am, POT 110. COURSE DESCRIPTION. The central question to be ...
Lack of political tolerance is a problem everywhere. It manifests itself when
political leaders refuse to give space to opposition parties and politics, when
AmericasBarometer, we find that while political tolerance has risen in many ...
Democracy Progress Report: Political Tolerance in the Americas, 2006-2012.
This chapter begins with an overview of democratic theory, since the meaning of
political tolerance (like all concepts) can best be understood within the context ...
This paper helps identify why and when (e.g., cognitive sophistication and dislike
of a target group) education enhances political tolerance. We discuss the ...
Abstract. Much has been learned about why some citizens are tolerant and
others are not. However, the subfield has not reached agreement as to how these
Can all citizens learn political tolerance through engagement in democratic
politics? The lack of direct experience with democratic processes may account for
In 1838, the two great American political parties were the relatively young spawn
of dueling efforts surrounding the Jackson campaign. Jackson and his ...
The book Political Tolerance and American Democracy, John L. Sullivan, James
Piereson, and George E. Marcus is published by University of Chicago Press.