COLUMN: Better Angels is one way to bridge political divide

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By Ken Tingley, The Post-Star

If you are disgusted with politics and the current state of political parties, you should do something about it.

Last week, I received an email from the New York coordinator for Better Angels, announcing nine workshops around the Capital District, including two at Crandall Library in Glens Falls.

Two years ago, I attended one of the workshops in Bolton Landing and what I witnessed was somewhat miraculous.

Better Angels was an experiment in the summer of 2017, and its organizers were busing around the country with a vision to “reunite America.”

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