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Published on: February 17, 2016
State of the Union
The Seven Habits of Highly Depolarizing People

How to make friends and influence people on the other side of the aisle.

David Blankenhorn is president of the New York City-based Institute for American Values. You can follow him on Twitter @Blankenhorn3. This essay is the second in a series on polarization. The first was >"Why Polarization Matters".
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