Sunday, January 12, 2014
Problems with communication
Posted by Ugo Bardi
It was what Luntz heard from the American people that scared him. They were contentious and argumentative. They didn't listen to each other as they once had. They weren't interested in hearing other points of view. They were divided one against the other, black vs. white, men vs. women, young vs. old, rich vs. poor. "They want to impose their opinions rather than express them," is the way he describes what he saw.
From "The Agony of Frank Luntz" by Molly Ball on "The Atlantic"