Curbing extremism in the shadow of the Capitol insurrection
A year ago, Trump supporters--galvanized by lies about election fraud--breached the U.S. Capitol, attacking police and threatening lawmakers.
Johns Hopkins professor Lilliana Mason says deepening polarization between political parties paves the way for the acceptance of violence. Read a Washington Post op-ed about political violence by Mason and her co-author, Nathan Kalmoe.
And we ask Michael Jensen of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism at the University of Maryland: What does it take to prevent radicalization?