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For if we choose only to expose ourselves to opinions and viewpoints that are in line with our own, . . . we become more polarized . . . and even deepen the political divides in this country. But if we choose to actively seek out information that challenges our assumptions and beliefs, perhaps we can begin to understand where people who disagree with us are coming from.
–44th President of the United States of America, University of Michigan spring commencement on May 1, 2010.
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