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Friday, December 9, 2016

It's time we think of politics more like religion

How Trump's evangelical supporters can atone
The Washington Post: Having supported Trump in huge numbers, they can now use their influence for good.

Assimilation threatens the existence of other cultures
The (London) Guardian: What a miserably grey one-dimensional place it would be if the dominant model of middle-of-the-road liberal secular capitalism became the only acceptable way of living, says Giles Fraser.

Trump nation -- and not
Commonweal: Even if Donald Trump had merely come close, that would be sufficient to raise profound questions about who we are, says Peter Steinfels.

It's time we think of politics more like religion
Religion News Service: Political behavior, like religious behavior, begins with the way we understand our place in the universe.

Why higher education needs design thinking
Fast Company: Research professor Kate Canales believes design is crucial to disrupting higher education, and the timing has never been better.

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