There’s Violence In the Streets Because We’ve Lost Faith (and Interest) in Political Parties
Jon Ward

The romanticized view of protests, that “Les Miserables” imagery of the spontaneous uprising of The People actually works against the cause of solidarity and connectivity.

It assumes an easy divide of Us and Them which glosses over the hard work of cooperation and compromise to form a community of trust.

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