Democratic Deconsolidation in Developed Democracies, 1995-2018

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Written by Yascha Mounk, Roberto Stefan Foa 11 May 2019

The authors “show that levels of support for democratic governance are not stable over time, even among high-income democracies, and have declined in recent years” and “suggest that...a process of democratic deconsolidation can” as well (Mounk and Foa, 2019).

Publisher: Center for European Studies, Harvard University

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