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.

Please let us know if you have any proposed additions or edits.

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Thoughts from across the aisle...

“You know, I went right at those things — guns, God, and Trump — and I was very moved by what I found there. I hope that people who watch the show will feel the same kind of empathy and respect, and will be able to walk in somebody else’s shoes, or imagine walking in somebody else’s shoes, for a few minutes in the same way that hopefully they do with one of my other shows.”

— Anthony Bourdain, on his “Parts Unknown” segment covering West Virginia

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