Red And Blue Americans Listen To Each Other With Better Angels, And It’s Wonderful (Podcast)

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The Federalist

Better Angels sets up ‘red-blue workshops’ in which an equal number of conservative and progressive adults talk about their differences within a structured format.

It’s not easy being a conservative on a college campus these days, even in conservative parts of the country. Austin Ramsey knows about that. He attends East Tennessee State University, where some conservative students have reported being outnumbered by easily-angered liberal students and professors who inject their liberal opinions in class. In 2016, a group brought therapy dogs to campus to console students upset about the election of President Trump.

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