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  • Polarized Americans lose sense of patriotism
  • Polarized Americans lose sense of patriotism
    Craig Marolf (2020) ©
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Polarized Americans lose sense of patriotism

From Donald Trump’s divisive handling of the pandemic to the murder of George Floyd, as political confusion and social inequality in the US dominate headlines and spill out into the streets, Americans’ sense of pride in the nation has dropped to its lowest level since the early 2000s. 

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