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How To Talk Politics At Thanksgiving Without Strangling Your Relatives

As we head into Thanksgiving weekend, many Chicagoans will be settling in for a few days off work and an extended visit with family members.

But with the news cycle filled to the brim with political scandals, investigations, and controversies, what topics are safe to talk about around the dinner table?

Morning Shift talks to David Blankenhorn, founder and president of Better Angels, a bipartisan effort to talk politics across party lines, about navigating a political minefield of a weekend with your relatives. Bill Doherty, professor of family social science at the University of Minnesota and co-founder of Better Angels also joins the conversation.

GUESTS: David Blankenhorn, founder and president of Better Angels, a bipartisan effort to get people talking politics civilly across party lines

Bill Doherty, professor of family social science at the University of Minnesota and co-founder of Better Angels 

LEARN MORE: Interview: David Blankenhorn, Founder of Better Angels


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