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Public shaming: When it works and when it doesn’t


What if shame could be put to some good use? University of Connecticut professor Jelani Cobb, USC professor Ange-Marie Hancock, Reason Magazine Editor Matt Welch, and fellow at The Nation Institute Kai Wright discuss the New England town hall meeting that became a scene of public shaming on the gun vote and the other kinds of shaming that can be effective.