Clemson ‘Better Angels’ group seeks to defuse bitter political divide

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Ron Barnett, Greenville News

During the exact moment when worshipers at a synagogue in Pittsburgh were being gunned down, an evenly split group of ideologically polar opposites was sitting down in Clemson to begin trying to defuse the rancor that has come to define political discourse in 21st century America.

It was part of a national movement called Better Angels, and the first such meeting in South Carolina, according to organizers.

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