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What Teaching Ethics in Appalachia Taught Me About Bridging America’s Partisan Divide

There’s a language for talking about hot-button issues. And we’re not learning it.

By EVAN MANDERY, Politico, October 13, 2019

We can teach people to distinguish unreasonable arguments from reasonable arguments with which they disagree and, where differences are unresolvable, how to disagree reasonably. And yet we don’t do it.

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Robert David STEELE Vivas

ROBERT STEELE:  I found this article — and the mind and ethical perspective of the author of this article — most extraordinary.  He merits Presidential recognition as an ambassador for unity, integrity, and dialog in diversity across America.  The perspective in this article is precisely why we need #UNRIG and an end to the two-party tyranny that polarizes America on behalf of the Deep State,

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