Navigating Uncomfortable Subjects at the Holiday Dinner Table

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When families gather for the holidays, politics have a way of becoming personal. Amy Dickinson, author of the syndicated column, "Ask Amy," joins us to offer advice on how to have meaningful conversations with people with whom you might not see eye-to-eye. How do you handle fraught political conversation and social discord during the holidays?

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Amy Dickinson, author of the syndicated advice column "Ask Amy," panelist on NPR's "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me" and author of the memoir "The Mighty Queens of Freeville," about her experiences as a single mother to her daughter, Emily

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