The Silent Majority: Neither Simple nor Simple-Minded,
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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The thesis of the paper is that it is operationally and philosophically incorrect to look at voters or citizens as members of blocs that move back and forth along a line from left to right, consistent with the constructs of someone elses political philosophy. An implication is that there exists no identifiable ideological silent majority motivated one year by a social or ethnic issue, author year by economic distress, and moving in concert back and forth between political parties or political poles.