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In the cases of police violence against young African-American men, like Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin, Frank often defended the police, while Amy attacked her husband’s “sense of white privilege.” “Frank has said things to me like, ‘Had I known you felt this way, I wouldn’t have married you,’ ” Amy said. As a recent Vox headline read: “Political Identity Is Fair Game for Hatred.” A study by Joseph Grenny and David Maxfield, cofounders of corporate training firm Vital Smarts, found that 1 in 3 people have been “attacked, insulted, or called names” over political clashes, and 1 in 4 have had a political debate hurt a relationship.

According to the online poll of more than 1,800 people, most heated political sparring matches—40 percent—take place at home.

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Newly dating in 2008, then newly married in 2012, it didn’t matter that Amy, an independent who leans liberal, voted for Barack Obama both times, or that Frank had pulled the lever for the Republican candidates John Mc Cain and Mitt Romney.When Nicole Morrell met her now-husband, Jim, in the summer of 2002 at Capitol Lounge, a Washington, D. dive bar filled with Hill staffers, she was a fundraiser at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and he was a Republican working in the House of Representatives.

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