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How to Reawaken a Sense of Solidarity in America

A professor of political philosophy counsels that “it is often possible to recognize and respect the moral integrity of others even when we disagree with them.”
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For Michele Moody-Adams, a professor of political philosophy and legal theory at Columbia University, ensuring continued peace and prosperity in the United States depends not only on our ability to restore trust in government and the officials who run it. It is just as critical “that we figure

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