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‘Civil War’ documentary airing on MSNBC examines Americans’ differing narratives on pivotal conflict

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Filmed from the final year of President Obama's presidency to the present, the new documentary 'Civil War,' airing Sunday at 10 pm ET on MSNBC, examines how differing narratives about this pivotal, historic event shape our beliefs to this day. Joy Reid speaks with the filmmakers, Erika Dilday and Rachel Boynton.