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Election 2016: Civility and Family Dynamics

Oct 11, 2016

Between the name-calling, finger-pointing, and off-color remarks, it's hard to imagine a political contest more uncivil than the 2016 presidential race.

But is civility as a whole in jeopardy? This hour, we take closer look with How Civility Works author Keith J. Bybee. 

We also find out why this year's election is creating divisions within some American households. Have political differences driven a wedge between you and your family members?


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Chion Wolf contributed to this show.