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HuffPost Radio: Both Sides Now: Reagan/Matalin on Their Biases, Ryan-Buffett, Polls, Tattoos

Through the looking glass of their families and early years, Reagan/Matalin analyze Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind. Can Left & Right hear each other or be merely riders of reason on the elephant of intuition?
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