Former President Bill Clinton told Yale seniors on Sunday to listen to people with whom they disagree.
In a Class Day speech that included points similar to a commencement address he gave a week ago in West Virginia, the Yale Law School alum said today's college graduates will be left to deal with a world that has three major problems.
"It is too unstable; it is too unequal, and it is completely unsustainable," Clinton said.
He urged them to change that, and said that will mean working together.
"One problem we have in the modern world is, we've got access to more information than ever before, but we don't all listen to the same information," he said.
A tidbit of information Clinton didn't give the Yale seniors was that he was involved in a minor traffic accident on the way to the event.