Following is a collection of resources on divisive partisanship to help with education on the issue. It includes online articles, books, videos, organizations and researchers working on the issue.

All the articles listed in this database I have read, so have grouped them based upon how relevant and insightful I found them to understanding this issue.  I have not read all the books, so have ordered them roughly by how relevant they seem likely to be.

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INFLUENCE Reduces Partisanship!

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Thoughts from across the aisle...

“The majority of the American people prefer a story of hope. A majority of the American people prefer a country that comes together rather than being divided. The majority of the country doesn’t want to see a dog-eat-dog world where everybody is angry all the time.”

— June 2018, Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States

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