No matter whom we elect as president in November, that person will likely start the job as one of the most despised presidents in American history. Are we strong enough as a nation to withstand the next four years? Is there anything we can do as individuals to begin bridging our divisions? And where do we find hope when there appears to be so little to find? Carter is the chair of the Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies at Radford University and is a former member of UUC.
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