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The country's leading marriage researcher explores why trust is vital to healthy relationships and healthy communities, and he explains how to build it. More about John Gottman.

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Trust and Inequality

October 2011 | TRT 5:59

John Gottman explains that trust is found in stronger, healthier, and more just communities.

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