How Democracies Die: by Steven Levitsky | Conversation Starters
The death of democracy is heralded by demagogues. It happens when people don’t expect it. But could this happen in America where democracy is at its strongest? Harvard professors Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt have strong reasons that democracy is seriously in danger of being eroded. Having studied how democracies die in Europe and Latin America throughout history, they think Americans have to realize its approaching death is really happening. This New York Times bestseller is lauded by critics as the book to read today. It tells a chilling story yet an enlightening one that will lead people to battle for democracy.
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