The Rise of Political Polarization -- Goldman Stories: Henry Brady

10/6/2020; 6 minutes

America is more politically polarized now than at almost any other time in our history. Dean Henry E. Brady of UC Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy is studying that polarization and what, if anything, can be done to reverse it. He explains how changing political priorities, technology, and partisan media have all played a role in bringing us to a point where Republicans and Democrats don't even want their children to marry people from the other party. (#35618)

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