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Principled Disagreements

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To listen to this reflection as a podcast, click here It’s tempting to assume that America’s current election cycle has set new lows for rudeness, incivility, and slander. Most historians, however, would suggest that our country’s darkest political hour came in the year 1800. That’s when two of the original “founding brothers” – titans of the American Revolution who had… Read more »

Agreeing to Disagree Agreeably

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 Disagreements are inevitable. People disagree about climate change, the best way to load the dishwasher, who should be president, March Madness bracket seedings, the efficacy of vaccines, how to eat fried chicken (fingers vs. fork), what to do about Vladimir Putin, and whether green beer should be served more often than just St. Patrick’s Day.  Because disagreements often lead to devaluing those… Read more »