Bill Bishop (author)

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Bill Bishop is an American author, journalist and social commentator. He co-wrote a book with retired college professor Robert Cushing entitled The Big Sort: Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America is Tearing Us Apart. His ideas have influenced the speeches of former U.S. President Bill Clinton.[1][2] He is the co-founder and contributing editor of the Daily Yonder, a blog about rural issues in the United States. Bishop has worked for several newspapers: the Austin American-Statesman, Lexington Herald-Leader, and the The Mountain Eagle. He has a degree from Duke University. His wife, Julie Ardery, is also a co-founder and contributing editor of the Daily Yonder. The couple previously owned a newspaper: the Bastrop County Times. They currently live in Austin, Texas.[3][4] ­

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  1. ^ The Big Sort thebigsort.com. Retrieved March 2011
  2. ^ The Big Sort: Excerpt economist.com. Retrieved March 2011
  3. ^ "Staff" dailyyonder.com. Retrieved June 2013
  4. ^ "Authors" thebigsort.com. Retrieved June 2013

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