Best of: Resist or convince? Author says to follow example of ‘The Persuaders’
Americans have long had their political and ideological differences, but in recent years, the reaction to those differences has trended toward seeing the people they disagree with as opponents to be resisted instead of people to find common ground with or convince.
The 21st was joined by an author and political analyst who has a new book on the subject to talk about it.
Interested in becoming a better persuader? Check out the six-lesson guide for "building trust, bridging division, and changing minds" Giridharadas put together based on the people he spoke to for the book.
'Writing off your fellow citizens is the road to civil war' — Journalist Anand Giridharadas breaks down how the pro-democracy movement can fight back against the rise of the far-right's 'fascist fantasy'— NowThis (@nowthisnews) October 18, 2022
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