This weekend's newsletter: Questions of Civic Proportions on How the Undecided Will Save Democracy
A read we recommended in that newsletter:
As mentioned in the newsletter. There are problems with Haidt's interpretation of events but the read is definitely a provocative one.
Haidt answers his initial question, “What would it have been like to live in Babel in the days after its destruction?” with a reflection on modern political life that is fragmented and disorienting.
One of our favorite posts: What Makes Reading a Civic Duty?
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