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October 26, 2020 34 min
Multi-award-winning author and renowned founding director of “The Difficult Conversations Lab” at Columbia University, Dr. Peter Coleman joins the show to chat about the incredible political divide and current polarization of the country. The panel illuminates how we got here, and what we might expect come December post-election. As bleak as it may look, Dr. Coleman shares that there are multiple paths to success in getting the country back on track. 3:00 Why is the US so divided right now? 5:00 Is the media responsible for the division of the US right now? 9:00 What changed after the 2016 primaries? 10:44 Is the country past the point of fixing their politically damaged priorities? 13:50 How do we handle the new notion to respond with violence to politics? 18:20 How do we prepare for the possibility that Trump wins and continues to degrade society? 21:50 How does the country press the reset button? 22:50 What needs to happen to instill public confidence in the political system? 26:45 What are good steps to creating a new and solid cabinet around the president? 29:00 Peter Coleman talks about his new book on toxic polarization.  31:26 Everyone describes what they think the country will look like in December this year.  Learn More: Difficult Conversations Lab ---------------------- Learn More about the show: Politics: Meet Me in the Middle Follow Us on Twitter: @politicsMMITM Hosted by: Bill Curtis, Ed Larson and Jane Albrecht Produced and Edited by: Mike Thomas Theme Music by: Celleste and Eric Dick A CurtCo Media Production See for privacy information.
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