Jonathan Haidt, professor of business ethics at the New York University Stern School talked on Wednesday about civility in American politics. The event was part of the Bob Graham Center election series in UF’s Pugh Hall. Haidt spoke above about his new book, “The Righteous Mind,” and how politics is more like religion than shopping, with people voting for the kind of world they want.
Q and A with Jonathan Haidt
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