How a Liberal and a Conservative Make Their Friendship Work

Posted on AllSides May 29th, 2020
From The Left
Bridging Divides, political polarization, liberals, conservatives
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“I think it’s important that you remember who your friend is, that they are not just a set of political policies.”

This week she talks with two friends who didn’t like each other when they first met as kids, and who grew up to hold very different political values. One is a Democrat, the other is a conservative who no longer considers herself part of the Republican Party since the election of Donald Trump, and both consider themselves feminists, though that wasn’t always the case. They talk about overcoming first...

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