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In an uncivil age, calls for “civility” are about squashing effective protest

We’re discussing protests in neighborhoods — which means we’re not discussing abortion rights.

In this interview, Candice Delmas, associate professor of philosophy and political science at Northeastern University and author of A Duty to Resist: When Disobedience Should Be Uncivil, talks about why these protests are stirring up so much debate and what that means for democracy.

Read more at Vox.

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