Combating Ideological Rage

Marc Wong
Marc Wong
Jun 27, 2019 · 3 min read

Can we actually learn how to get along?

According to Wikipedia, the term “Road Rage” was coined by television hosts in Los Angeles in the midst of a number of violent road encounters around 1987–88. It describes violent and aggressive behavior by motorists.

Most people agree that road rage is bad. It can cause traffic jams, property damage, and even death. Drivers are taught to yield and practice other safe driving behavior. Central to that are the ideas that we share the roads, that carelessness and accidents can happen despite our best intentions, that…