Howard Lavine, PhD, is a political psychologist and associate dean of Social Sciences at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota. Follow him on Twitter: @howard_lavine
Why are white evangelicals anti-human rights?
By: Howard Lavine & James Ron & Richard L. Wood
The anti-human rights position of white evangelicals in the U.S. is less about religion and more about politics.
Jews and Muslims in America could find unity through a common adversary
By: James Ron & Howard Lavine
Homegrown nativists in the U.S. dislike both Jews and Muslims, which could help both groups work toward mutual understanding.
To protect human rights abroad, preach to Trump voters
By: Howard Lavine & James Ron
Religious leaders can help convince the most ethnocentric and authoritarian American voters to oppose Washington’s backing of abusive dictators.
No, Americans don’t support airstrikes that kill civilians, even when they target terrorists
By: James Ron & Howard Lavine & Shannon Golden
Polls that show Americans support airstrikes against suspected terrorists ignore some very large caveats.