Since its origins, democracy has been a work in progress. Today, many question its resilience. The Bertelsmann Foundation, Institute for Canadian Citizenship, and Humanity in Action have teamed up with Andrew Keen, author of How to Fix the Future, for Season Four of How to Fix Democracy: a video and podcast series exploring practical responses to the threats facing democracies around the world. Host Andrew Keen interviews prominent thinkers, writers, politicians, technologists, and business leaders who enlighten and challenge us as we seek the answers to How to Fix Democracy.
Season 4 Episode 2, titled “The Crisis of the American Right,” features Peter Wehner and Jon Rauch joining host Andrew Keen to discuss the history and implications of the stark transformation undergone by the Republican Party during and after Donald Trump’s presidency.
As conservative researchers, they have a unique position to observe and analyze the recent shifts in the American political right. What does this change mean for the future of the party, and for political stability in the United States? Why have some conservatives chosen to leave the party, while some have chosen to stay? Find out here.
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This series is made possible with the kind support of the William H. Donner Foundation. Find more episodes here.