Prof. Jonathan Haidt's research on liberals vs. conservatives is highlighted
— October 10, 2013
Excerpt from Forbes -- "Haidt argues that the six intuitive foundations of morality are caring, fairness, liberty, loyalty, authority and sanctity. The traits of caring, fairness and liberty resonate with both liberals and conservatives. But liberals are ambivalent about notions of loyalty, authority and sanctity. One could argue this ambivalence undermines solid, decisive leadership and thus truly holds back societal progress."