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Ten Questions in a Time of Trump

Monday, November 14, 2016 23:03
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The election of Donald Trump has evoked more emotion than in any election in my lifetime. While sometimes violence and revolution yields net good—witness the Revolutionary War or the war against the Nazis–more often, violence and even verbal violence yields a net negative.

That was Nelson Mandela’s conclusion in, after apartheid, calling not for retaliation but reconciliation.

In a small effort to encourage more light than heat, my PsychologyToday.com article today offers ten questions aimed at encouraging the inclusive, full-dimensioned, truly diverse thinking so often extolled but too rarely followed when passions are high, when zeal (ahem) trumps statespersonhood.

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