The Fulcrum: “A Good Democracy Requires Disagreement, Conflict and Argument” (Oct. 7, 2020)

“Civil or not, democracy is designed to let people argue their differences out and come to a compromise that serves the good of the whole. In other words: Disagreement, conflict and argument are a feature of democracy, not a bug.”

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Published by Ryan Skinnell

Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Department of English and Comparative Literature San Jose State University San Jose, CA

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