Brooks, Arthur C.: Love Your Enemies (2019, HarperCollins Publishers) 5 stars

The single biggest way a subversive can change America is not by disagreeing less, but by disagreeing better—engaging in earnest debate while still treating everyone with love and respect.

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Despite some frustrations I had with assumptions Brooks makes earlier in the book, I do think he makes an accurate diagnosis of the problems currently raging and keeping America separated from itself. And I think he has a good suggestion on the prescription needed to get back to the debates and iron sharpening iron that have made America a great people and nation. It is one we can be again. But it has to start with respecting differences and disagreeing, as he says here, better.