A communication and politics professor helps us look at the rhetoric from President Biden’s primetime address about threats to Democracy. Then, a doctor shares his new book looking at the ways modern parenting culture has been strained.
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Inside the messaging of Biden's Philadelphia speech
We unpack the communication in a nationally televised speech on Thursday night by President Joe Biden, addressing what he sees as critical threats to American democracy.
How modern parenting culture has changed
Modern parenting has become more scrutinized and almost competitive. A new book looks at how the parenting culture in the U.S. has changed and how we might navigate it.
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