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>"We wield our empathy more like a spotlight, which illuminates the object of its attention, but leaves everything else in darkness"What Daniel writes in the following essay about political divisions and caricatures and—most importantly, how to move past them—is essential Strong Towns reading. I urge you to absorb and ponder every word. — Rachel Quednau, Program Director
>"We wield our empathy more like a spotlight, which illuminates the object of its attention, but leaves everything else in darkness"What Daniel writes in the following essay about political divisions and caricatures and—most importantly, how to move past them—is essential Strong Towns reading. I urge you to absorb and ponder every word. — Rachel Quednau, Program Director
>"We wield our empathy more like a spotlight, which illuminates the object of its attention, but leaves everything else in darkness"What Daniel writes in the following essay about political divisions and caricatures and—most importantly, how to move past them—is essential Strong Towns reading. I urge you to absorb and ponder every word. — Rachel Quednau, Program Director
>"We wield our empathy more like a spotlight, which illuminates the object of its attention, but leaves everything else in darkness"What Daniel writes in the following essay about political divisions and caricatures and—most importantly, how to move past them—is essential Strong Towns reading. I urge you to absorb and ponder every word. — Rachel Quednau, Program Director
>"We wield our empathy more like a spotlight, which illuminates the object of its attention, but leaves everything else in darkness"What Daniel writes in the following essay about political divisions and caricatures and—most importantly, how to move past them—is essential Strong Towns reading. I urge you to absorb and ponder every word. — Rachel Quednau, Program Director
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