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What is included with this book?
Chapter 1: Can We Talk? The Rise of Rude, Nasty, Stubborn Politics by Daniel M. Shea and Morris P. Fiorina
Chapter 2: The Powerful—if Elusive—Nature of Civility by Susan Herbst
Chapter 3: What Is Civil Engaged Argument and Why Does Aspiring to It Matter? by Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Bruce W. Hardy
Chapter 4: Calls for Civility: An Invitation to Deliberate or a Means of Political Control? by J. Cherie Strachan and Michael R. Wolf
Chapter 5: The Uncivil and the Incendiary by Todd Gitlin
Chapter 6: Television and Uncivil Political Discourse by Diana C. Mutz
Chapter 7: Our Tribal Nature and the Rise of Nasty Politics by Daniel M. Shea
Chapter 8: Presidents, Partisans, and Polarized Politics by Gary C. Jacobson
Chapter 9: Partisan Polarization and Satisfaction with Democracy by John H. Aldrich
Chapter 10: Party Homogeneity and Contentious Politics by Morris P. Fiorina
Chapter 11: Polarized by Design: The Modern-Day Congress by Juliet Eilperin
Chapter 12: The News Media and The Rise of Negativity in Presidential Campaigns: A New Hypothesis by John Geer
Chapter 13: Incivility in American Politics: Where it Comes From and What we Can Do About It by William A. Galston
Chapter 14: The Consequences of Uncivil Discourse for the Political Process by L. Sandy Maisel