Our dangerous contentment with distrust

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One indicator of how broken our nation is the continual, visual erosion of trust.

Trust in the government has plunged. After two years of remote work, workers’ faith in their colleagues has dropped significantly. Experts are seen as less reliable. Religious institutions, once known as beacons of hope during crises, have seen their support dwindle. Our confidence in the media’s ability to deliver…

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Founder of Honest Wednesdays and pragmatic optimist.

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Shounak Bagchi

Shounak Bagchi

Founder of Honest Wednesdays and pragmatic optimist.

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