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To Calm Turmoil, U.S. Leaders Must Stop Courting Conflict

At May’s end, the police killing of George Floyd sent a wave of unrest rolling through U.S. cities.

Rather than easing tensions, the Trump administration has used incendiary rhetoric, called military units to Washington and threatened to send them elsewhere.

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Cooler heads must prevail.

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