Profound Rebuilding Needed to Shore Up U.S. Democracy

Sunrise at Capitol Hill in Washington DC

Profound Rebuilding Needed to Shore Up U.S. Democracy

Sunrise at Capitol Hill in Washington DC

Rachel Kleinfeld

SENIOR FELLOW
DEMOCRACY, CONFLICT, AND GOVERNANCE PROGRAM

American democracy has been deeply damaged by a president’s refusal to concede power and his supporters’ use of violence and intimidation to pressure political officials—problems fueled by polarization and an antidemocratic faction of the Republican Party. Here’s where the fault lines come from—and how to begin patching them.

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