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What You’re Really Arguing About When You Argue About Politics
Are our motives and beliefs just convenient lies we tell ourselves? A new book by the controversial economist Robin Hanson argues they are.
Can America’s Two Tribes Learn to Live Together?
The chaos of the Trump era has made the country’s divisions stark and dangerous. Author Amy Chua tries to offer an explanation — and hope.
The Psychology of Tribalism
Our polarized, group-oriented politics is thousands of years in the making.
Can Our Democracy Survive Tribalism?
Tribalism was an urge our Founding Fathers assumed we could overcome. And so it has become our greatest vulnerability.