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The Imperfect Politics of Ted Lasso

True change calls on us to ‘believe’ without bravado

Photo: Josh Johnson / Unsplash

If you watch Ted Lasso, you’ll know (and likely love) the “Believe” sign hanging over Coach Lasso’s door. Yes, it invites folks to believe. But just as importantly: Unlike more standard motivational office fare, it’s handwritten, crooked, and barely held up by blotches of tape. In other words: It’s perfectly…

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Sarah Pessin

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@sarahpessin | sarahpessin.com | professor of philosophy | interfaith chair | University of Denver | Instagram civics_salamander & sarahpessin2020

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