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Building a Diverse Coalition for Democracy
The United States just hosted a Democracy Summit to help reinforce democracy in countries around the world. But what about the health of democracy here at home? Conversations about reforming American democracy have expanded to encompass issues ranging from Supreme Court reform to the United States’ electoral system and from citizen polarization to Congressional oversight of the federal bureaucracy. In each of these myriad issues, experts and specialists offer insights and debate the merits of particular policy proposals. But is policy expertise enough to effect the real change needed to revitalize an entire political system? In a new essay for the Democracy Endgame series, William Howell and Susan Stokes draw on the lessons of American history and recent trends around the world to make the case that successfully strengthening democracy requires much more than technical solutions - it requires a movement.

On Tuesday, December 14th at 12:00pm ET / 11:00am CT, Professors Howell and Stokes will discuss their essay’s key insights, in conversation with Erica Chenoweth, and offer their reflections on the road ahead as the United States enters the year of action set to follow the Democracy Summit.

Dec 14, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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