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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Thoughts from across the aisle...

“I mean, friends sit around their own kitchen table, and husbands and wives don’t agree with each other on every issue, but they don’t call each other names and throw things at each other. I think we need to do more of that, because the more you get to know somebody, at least while you can respect their differences, you’re not going to demonize them.”

— Cong. Steve Scalise (R-LA) shot with 3 others in 2017 by politically angry activist

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