America’s Once-Defining Values Are in Retreat
A.M. Edition for March 28. A new WSJ-NORC poll has found that several values that once defined America–including patriotism, religion and hard work–are receding in importance to Americans. WSJ editor Aaron Zitner examines the factors leading to this shift in priorities and where the U.S. public stands heading into a divisive presidential campaign. Plus, EU member states prepare to approve a plan that would largely ban sales of new cars with internal combustion engines. Luke Vargas hosts.
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