Reclaiming Civility in the Public Square: 10 Rules That Work

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WingSpan Press, 2007 - Political Science - 131 pages
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We have become a nation divided against ourselves with public discourse controlled by special interests blind to the needs of the larger community. There seem to be few places at present where true dialogue about issues affecting us as a nation is possible. Civility in our public square is a necessity if we wish to preserve this democratic nation, for the harsh truth is that the opposite of civility is not simply incivility, but the disintegration of civilized society. If you are one of the weary majority, this book with its practical lessons on reincorporating civility in our interactions in the public square is for you.

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