The special December issue of The Atlantic focuses on a single theme: “How to Stop a Civil War.” Two contributors to the issue, Harvard professor Danielle Allen and staff writer Adam Serwer, join Editor-in-Chief Jeffrey Goldberg to discuss their arguments in the magazine.
Allen’s piece, “The Road From Serfdom,” asserts that unity must be made a priority again and offers prescriptive steps for how it can be achieved. In “Against Reconciliation,” Serwer argues that the nation’s pursuits of compromise have often led it to abandon its promises of freedom and equality for all its citizens—that Americans have been content to sacrifice civil rights for civil discourse.
The three sat down to discuss where they agree, where they disagree, and how optimistic they are that world’s oldest democracy can survive its bitter divisions.
PART ONE: WHATS A FAIR START?
In today’s episode, Hank asks you to consider all the ways people talk about justice and what we really mean when we use that word. We’ll explain various theories of justice, just distribution, and different approaches to punishment.
If you have ever been in a legal or court situation with a narcissist you know they play DIRTY! Whilst trying to get resolution, sanity or even a scrap of decency regarding what is yours, or owed to you, it may feel like all you get is MORE traumatisation. Narcissists can feel IMPOSSIBLE to defeat when you are locked in battles with them. But … this isn’t the case. In today’s Thriver TV episode, I am going to hand you the number #1 way that you WILL bring a narcissist to justice. I will go through this step by step so you can feel confident and in your power in any legal/court situation with a narcissist.
They don’t seek solutions.
They depend upon supply.
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