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Here's how we solve the global crisis of tribalism and democratic decay

A pro-Brexit demonstrator walks past the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, 8 January 2019.

There's growing evidence we're at a historic crisis point for pluralist societies. Image: Reuters/Henry Nicholls

Tim Dixon
Co-Founder, More In Common
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