Rising Violence in U.S. Politics

Politics was devised by society to prevent physical altercations and war. The ancient Greeks decided that talking, reasoning and voting were generally better than beating each other over the head. But as political rhetoric heats up, Americans are becoming angrier and more likely to vilify their political opponents. Could this growing tribalization potentially threaten our democracy and peaceful way of life? Learn more about what's happening and possible solutions.

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