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Feb 4, 2019 Pritchard

Chatham Financial Uses Dialogue to Build a Culture of Civil Discourse

A report from Harvard Business Review last year found that 90% of American workers would take a cut in pay for the chance to find more meaning at their job.


Inspired by their participation in Guns: An American Conversation, journalists Stephen Koff and John Count assembled this document to provide a common touchstone for participants in difficult conversations about gun rights, regulation, and violence in the United States.

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