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Consumer masks could soon come with labels saying how well they workProper education about how to wear masks and how efficient they can be has been hampered by the divisiveness over policies that require them.Inconclusive results, missing data: Experts push back on a study questioning the efficacy of masks|Meryl Kornfield|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
Despite its divisiveness, “American Dirt” became a bestseller while sparking conversations about who gets to tell which stories.
Considering the current level of divisiveness, especially about the pandemic, if Parton doesn’t assume that task, whoever does is going to need Dolly Parton-level mass appeal.Of course Dolly Parton helped fund the Moderna vaccine|Claire Zillman, reporter|November 18, 2020|Fortune
Political conversations leading up to the election have been rich in disinformation and divisiveness, with online campaigns often pitting Jewish Americans against other groups of voters—especially other racial and ethnic minorities.It’s 2020 and anti-Semitism is an electoral tactic again|Tate Ryan-Mosley|November 2, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Instead, this triggered a degree of divisiveness the likes of which I’ve never seen.State and local leaders order new restrictions amid autumn’s coronavirus surge|Joel Achenbach, Karin Brulliard|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
He hopes it will stand as a counterpoint to the divisiveness of extremism.
New rhetoric and a softer tone, without the divisiveness of new policies.
Any president must be a consensus-builder and this one has an understandable fear of divisiveness.
This is not quite breaking news, of course, but it does inject a note of dramatic divisiveness into an otherwise tepid candidacy.
Over time, such political divisiveness tends to wax and wane.
But just because divisiveness is natural, it does not follow that nothing can be done to keep men together.Nine O'Clock Talks|Frederic B. Kellogg