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Sunday, February 10 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Partisanship and Passion: Assessing the Present in the Framework of Our Past

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Many Americans are concerned about the current political situation...the anger, the depth of feelings and the hostility that infiltrates our language and attitudes, the tribalism, the lack of bi-partisan efforts and compromise, and the anxiety created by a government that seems less sensitive to the needs of a broader and complex American society. But this is not the first time America has experienced this...and this session will try to put “today” in perspective by exploring  several times in our history when passion and partisanship also threatened our unity and stability as a Republic...and whether these moments are inherent in the constitutionally governed society as envisioned by the Founders.  


Jay Roth

Jay Roth was an accomplished JCC executive for 40 years. He currently teaches in several lifelong learning programs in the metropolitan Phoenix area.

Sunday February 10, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am MST
241B Ventana B

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