The top news stories have been even more depressing than usual of late, with tribalism—accompanied by active hatred for perceived outsiders—emerging as a driving force everywhere from Middle Eastern battlefields to the halls of Congress. But encouraging new research points to a surprising way around this us.-vs.-them mindset.
It suggests a set of moral beliefs often associated with antagonism toward outsiders can, in fact, temper such aggressive impulses.
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