Independence Day in a divided country

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The Pledge of Allegiance calls the US "indivisible," but that’s beginning to sound like wishful thinking. A century and a half since the Civil War, divisions remain between North and South, between cities and countryside. Democrats and Republicans are enemies. The fracturing of the media allows for different entertainment and news coverage-- reflecting different cultural values. And Donald Trump is the first American President to openly divide, rather than unify. What are the prospects for a Happy Fourth of July?


David French - National Review / National Review Institute - @DavidAFrench, Jeff Sharlet - Dartmouth College - @JeffSharlet, Anila Ali - American Muslim Women's Empowerment Council - @anilaali, DeRay McKesson - Black Lives Matter - @deray, Dee Davis - Center for Rural Strategies - @dailyyonder

Warren Olney