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Quelling anger, finding common ground

Has hostility become a constant? Does party loyalty now equal contempt for the opposing party? Do these attitudes so corrode interparty dialogue that finding consensus and compromise is now nearly impossible?

It might be too easy to trace the hostility back to where we get our news. After all, a significant segment of viewers turn to media outlets that deliver the

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