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Has this campaign been blighted by incivility?

To celebrate our national election today, I invite you to read the latest column by Michael Brannigan, Chair in Ethics and Moral Values at the College of Stain Rose in Albany, New York.

Michael asks the question I used for the headline of this post. I particularly like his point….
‘Civility reaches into the gut level of who we are and how we interact. It will always be tested through conflict and disagreement.’

Rather than discussing politics at work today (it would be better to do that tomorrow), treat yourself to Brannigan’s column ‘Civility should be the core issue of each political campaign’ from the Oct. 26 Times Union: http://www.timesunion.com/AspStories/story.asp?storyID=733233

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