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Democrats, Republicans see each other as mindless, unless they pose a threat

We are less likely to humanize members of groups we don?t belong to?except, under some circumstances, when it comes to members of the opposite political party. A new study suggests that we are more prone to view members of the opposite political party as human if we view those individuals as threatening.
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