Video excerpted from the event “SSRC Presents — Anxieties of Democracy: Why Is America So Polarized?” The focus of the evening was on political polarization and the divisions that separate citizens and politicians into sharply opposing camps. What are the sources and consequences of today’s distributions of values, opinions, and political behavior?
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