These certainly seem like toxic times when it comes to political discourse around the world—from endless arguments in the United Kingdom between Brexiteers (wishing to leave the European Union) and Remainers (wishing to stay), to fierce divisions over who is the legitimate president of Venezuela, to polarized views of the way forward for America between the major parties in the United States. It often seems as if feeling or facing rage is the price we have to pay if we want to stay informed and engaged.
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