Examining the crisis in America’s democracy and the polarization of its politics

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Nearly 250 years ago, America’s founders declared that everyone has “unalienable rights.” What those rights are has been debated ever since. As the Supreme Court weighs the future of abortion rights the nation’s divide has come into sharper focus, as growing political polarization plays out in the midterms. University of Virginia politics professor Sidney Milkis joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.

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