Politics and the holidays: Speak out or shut up?
Many Americans dread the thought of political discussions during the holidays. A recent poll found politics to be one of the most likely causes of family fights. Many families avoid political talk over the holidays, as either a formal rule or an unspoken guideline. But some believe politics should be discussed at family gatherings to put a human face on opposing views at a time when rival political parties are increasingly treated as radical enemies.
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