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How we can reconcile with each other when our politics are so polarized

10 mins | Dec 5, 2020
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There are still ways to find common ground between those who are politically opposed to us. "To restore genuinely friendly relations with friends, family members and those in our communities, we need to move past our mutual hostility and heal. This will require us to listen, to try to understand why people feel differently than we do, and to find and focus on the things we have in common." In The Wall Street Journal, Elizabeth Bernstein shares some helpful tips on how to bridge the political gap between yourself and those closest to you.
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