Carolyn Lukensmeyer, executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, was in Boise last week talking about how Idahoans can help address polarized politics. She spoke at a dinner sponsored by the City Club of Boise.
Carolyn Lukensmeyer, executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, was in Boise last week talking about how Idahoans can help address polarized politics. She spoke at a dinner sponsored by the City Club of Boise. Photo by Marcia Franklin
Carolyn Lukensmeyer, executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, was in Boise last week talking about how Idahoans can help address polarized politics. She spoke at a dinner sponsored by the City Club of Boise. Photo by Marcia Franklin

Civility can reroute the paths of contentious debate in Idaho, elsewhere

November 06, 2015 11:02 PM

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