Skip The New 'Civility Courses' And Think Like A Lawyer

Law360 (October 3, 2018, 6:04 PM EDT) -- With the confirmation proceedings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh ripping Washington, D.C., apart at the seams, it’s understandable that Wake Forest and other universities are launching new classes, workshops and “dinner programs” on how to engage in civil discourse and cope with hard-edged ideological disputes.

People forget that, when George Washington retired to Mount Vernon and the rest of our Founding Fathers began running against each other for president, they called each other names and smeared each other’s reputations in ways that would make the editors of the National Enquirer blush. Today’s politics seem more polarizing only because pretty much everything is being...

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