Mistrust: Why Losing Faith in Institutions Provides the Tools to Transform Them

The system—the institutions that hold American democracy together—have become untrustworthy in many U.S. citizens’ eyes. Are they worth saving? Can we change the way they operate? From the health care system to the press, Zuckerman discusses the history of these platforms and explains how we got to this point in our history, and he offers a solution: Change minds.


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