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How to bridge the divide in a hyperpolarized world




GRANITEVILLE, SC - APRIL 10: Constituents disagree with Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) during a town hall meeting April 10, 2017 at Aiken Technical College in Graniteville, South Carolina.
GRANITEVILLE, SC - APRIL 10: Constituents disagree with Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) during a town hall meeting April 10, 2017 at Aiken Technical College in Graniteville, South Carolina.
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The 2016 election has shown that we live in an increasingly polarized world. Months after that divisive political battle, the split seems to have only solidified.

AirTalk regulars and law experts Jody Armour and Eugene Volokh join Larry to discuss. What are you experiencing? With family members, colleagues, political adversaries? 

Guests:

Jody Armour, professor of Law at the University of Southern California

Eugene Volokh, professor of Law at the UCLA