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We are facing a crisis of trust in the world today. Edelman's Trust Barometer, which measures levels of global trust in institutions, reached an historic low this year--hitting a level not seen since the great depression. For the first time ever, the majority of Americans say they do not trust either leading Presidential candidate (55% for Clinton; 58% for Trump). 33% of workers don't trust their employer, 70% of African Americans don't trust the police, and 94% of Americans don't trust the media.
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