Professor John Gastil on Bringing Reason Back Into PoliticsSeason 4, Episode 5 | June 25th, 2020 Another Way Homepage
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The Remarkable Stories of Democracy Reform Victories in 2018
This week, Larry Lessig talks with John Gastil, a Professor at the McCourtney Institute for Democracy, about how we can make better political decisions. They discuss the polarized media landscape and specific steps we can take to improve deliberation, understanding, and the use of reason.
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