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Civility is a two way street in politics, but more often than not we criticize our opponents' behavior while defending our own.
If Republicans only drink Dunkin, and Democrats shop at Target, do our separate habits mean separate worlds?
The upcoming book, “Overdoing Democracy,” argues that polarization isn’t about where you get your news or how politicians are divided – it’s about how a person’s political identity is wrapped up with almost everything they do.
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