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Dialogue Is Not the Answer for Our Problems

Perhaps nothing is more core to liberal beliefs than the idea that dialogue will bring people together. If only we can come together and talk out our problems and if only we can educate people about the world, they will make decisions based on tolerance. The Trump administration has in part been an exercise in […]
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