What we can do about political polarization
The committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol is holding another primetime hearing Thursday night. It comes at a time of high tension in the American political landscape.
A new University of California Davis study found that one in five Americans think that political violence is at least sometimes justifiable “in general.” The researchers found that distrust of American democratic institutions is contributing to feelings of alienation.
More than half of respondents said there will be another civil war in this country in the next several years.
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