We can rail all we want about the nasty way people deal with each other in politics. But Sarah Schulman says it's not just politics.
Schulman is an English professor and a prolific author; her latest book Conflict is Not Abuse examines a culture of scapegoating in modern society.
The book examines, among other things, how the behavior of supremacy and the behavior of being traumatized bears some resemblance.
Sarah Schulman joins us for a revealing discussion about who we are and how we identify ourselves, especially when there's an "other" with which to compare.