Arthur Brooks and the Transformational Power of Love

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Ciaran O’Connor and John Wood, Jr. talk to Arthur Brooks, the President of the American Enterprise Institute and the author of the recently-published “Love Your Enemies,” about his new book, antidotes to polarization, and the transformational power of love amidst today’s social-media-fueled rancor.

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1 thought on “Arthur Brooks and the Transformational Power of Love”

  1. Thank you Better Angels! I’m getting the book and just learned that my local library is hosting an event. So glad I found you. In the words of Bono, “In the name of love.”

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