What mediation teaches us about healing and bridging social divides: Thomas Wahlrab and Robert A. Baruch Bush

What mediation teaches us about healing and bridging social divides: Thomas Wahlrab and Robert A. Baruch Bush

Even after the election results are finalized and the new president inaugurated, one thing will remain unresolved – the deep divide within the nation that the campaigns for the presidency confirmed.

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