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. 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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