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If we can’t discuss issues, how can we solve them?

“I’m afraid to discuss politics and current events with anyone except my wife and best friends, and it’s regrettable that millions of Americans feel the same way.”
“Ah, yes, you speak of the Cato 2017 Free Speech and Tolerance Survey, a new national poll of 2,300 U.S. adults. It finds that 58 percent of Americans are afraid to share their political beliefs in the current political climate.”
“You got that right. We used to have civil discussions about a variety of issues down at my neighborhood’s pub, but now people jump down your throat if ...


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