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  • Why You Won’t Change Your Mind Before the Election
    November 4, 2016 | Comments

    Opinion — hasty — often can incline to the wrong side, and then affection for one’s own opinion binds, confines the mind. -Dante Our long election season is almost over. In the next week you will continue to see ads and discussions about the presidential candidates, their qualifications, and their opinions. Your friends’ Facebook posts will become more frequent […]

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