Bipartisanship and the Political Divide in the U.S.
C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the conclusion of the program.
Brothers Brad (D) and Dallas Woodhouse (R) talked about Woodhouse Divided, their documentary on bipartisanship and the political divide around the U.S. and in individual family politics. During the viewer phone calls portion of the program, the brothers' mother Joy Woodhouse called in unexpectedly to talk about life in their family.
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Brad Woodhouse President Americans United for Change
Dallas Woodhouse President and Founder Carolina Rising
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