Alan Hall: Political Fragmentation: Why Now?

Alan Hall: Political Fragmentation: Why Now?

by Erin Hindes

Updated: July 07, 2016

Alan Hall, Senior Analyst at the Socionomics Institute, explains
why societies on both sides of the pond seem to be splintering —
and what’s coming next.


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