by Matthijs Tieleman
The history of the Dutch Republic demonstrates that polarization can gradually destroy a country from within and can easily be exploited by foreign actors. The embrace of political pluralism by every citizen is the key antidote to the rot of polarization.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Matthew Dennis
Throughout its history, Thanksgiving has remained a multicultural affair, representing America as a melting pot.
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