Civil Discourse in the 2016 Presidential Election
Many have felt the 2016 presidential election debates and discourse have lacked a certain degree of civility. This hour, we'll discuss the current state of how politicians talk to, and about, one another and what it means for the election.
- Ted Celeste, Former Ohio Representative and Director of State Programs, The National Institute on Civil Discourse
- Christopher Gelpi , Political Science Professor and Chair of Peace Studies, Ohio State University
- Scott Aikin, Professor of Philosophy, Vanderbilt University and Co-Author, Why We Argue (And How We Should): A guide to Political Disagreement
This show originally aired on June 8, 2016 at 10 a.m.