I have been very concerned about the partisan divide. To me, it looks like an extreme version of what I experienced in 1969, when 50% of Americans were for the Vietnam War and the other 50% were against it. Families broke up. Friendships ended. It took years for these horrific partisan feelings to ease. Currently, on my channel, some of my commentators (although not the majority) see everything in partisan terms. Examples? Bluegrass music. Food. Education. Workstyle and Homestyle. Families. The result is anger and in some cases, hate speech. I asked my colleague Bill Shireman to speak to this issue because he has spent much of his life helping companies and organizations and partisans, across that divide and find common ground. I hope that you find my interview with Bill of value. To find out more about Bill and what he is up to, visit www.future500.org.