How to Debate... Yourself.
Published August 30, 2017
23 min
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    Think about your most strongly held political belief. How did you arrive at your position?  What experiences, information, or opinions influenced you?

    In the final installment of our summer podcast series on the state of political discourse today, we dive into an increasingly important skill: the ability to debate yourself.

    Our host John Donvan sits down with Yale Law professor Peter Schuck to discuss his new book, One Nation Undecided: Clear Thinking About Five Hard Issues That Divide Us, which takes on five hot-button topics — poverty, immigration, campaign finance, affirmative action, and religion in public life — and shows us why there’s a legitimate case to be made for differing opinions.

    After all, thinking about hard issues shouldn't be easy.

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