In his new book, “Why We’re Polarized”, Vox founder and editor-at-large Ezra Klein delves into the historical reasons that America’s political landscape has become increasingly divided over the past 50 years. He argues that identity is a central driver of political polarization, and explains how hyper partisanship is threatening national cohesion. Klein joins Forum to talk about his book, and how COVID-19 is affecting politics and the November election.
Vox's Ezra Klein on 'Why We're Polarized'
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U.S. President Barack Obama, right, is interviewed by Ezra Klein, center, and Sarah Kliff, left, on Vox at the Blair House on January 6, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Ron Sachs-Pool/Getty Images)
Ezra Klein, founder and editor-at-large, Vox; author, "Why We're Polarized"