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There's reason for people on opposing sides of abortion to talk, even if they disagree – it helps build respect, understanding and can lead to policy change

By Kate W. Isaacs, Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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When ideological enemies talk across their great divides, something good can happen – it reduces stereotypes and inflammatory language directed at people who don’t agree on the abortion rights issue.The Conversation


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