The danger of polarized America
The national crisis created by the pandemic should have been a moment that brought the country together. Instead, it did the exact opposite.
Mask and vaccine mandates are just two of the touchstones that have divided America and has some critics saying the power of polarization has the country venturing into very dangerous territory.
We’ll address what, if anything, can be done to unite a divided America.
- Jennifer McCoy, professor of political science at Georgia State University
- Alexander Stewart, senior lecturer in mathematical biology
at the University of St. Andrews
- Alexander Ruch, machine learning engineer at Spotify
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