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.

Published on: February 17, 2016
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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  • Kyle Norman CSCS, MS

    I’m fascinated by this article. I would love more specific examples of your seven points. I want to better understand them and right now I’m a little confused. (I’m also typing on a phone with little time to expand on my own confusion.) Thanks for the effort here.

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