THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

Those people

What if our prejudices could be transformed into a force for good? A Harvard scholar suggests a new way to think about social relations.

(Globe Staff Illustration/Greg Klee)
By Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow
January 6, 2008

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IN A WORLD FRAUGHT with ethnic, religious, and sectarian tensions, "tolerance" is a familiar mantra. Diversity training sessions in schools and workplaces try to instill it. Mitt Romney, in his recent speech on faith, praised our nation's embrace of it. The UN has even designated an International Day for it. (The date - mark your calendars - is Nov. 16.) ... (Full article: 1996 words)

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