Trump Didn't Break Our Democracy. But Did He Fatally Weaken It?

Written by Susan D. Hyde and Elizabeth N. Saunders 15 December 2020

“The problem is we’ve been treating Mr. Trump’s attacks on democracy as if they are a pass-fail test. We should instead think of democracy as both damaged and resilient, like a forest after a powerful windstorm” (Susan D. Hyde and Elizabeth N. Saunders, 2020).

Publisher: NYT

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Categories: Tools of Democracy, Authoritarianism