Throughout Katie Couric's America Inside Out, the viewer steps into the shoes of the camera person or the interviewer - and into some intense dialogues with the respondents. Later in the episode, when Couric called for more conversation around the series' topics, she pulled me out of the August days where I had been, bringing me back to my living room miles from the Downtown Mall. Questions immediately flew through my mind: How do we do this? How do we engage opposing viewpoints in a sustained manner? The contemplative notion of an expanding self suggests one way we can try.
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