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How to Fix Democracy with Madeleine Albright






Since its origins, democracy has been a work in progress. Today, many question its resilience. The Bertelsmann Foundation and Humanity in Action have teamed up with Andrew Keen, author of How to Fix the Future, to launch 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.

From Kansas City, where she was holding the Aspen Ministers Forum in May 2019, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spoke with Andrew Keen. In this engaging episode, Secretary Albright shares her view that the 1% is anti-democratic, tells a story about how cassette tapes helped lead to martial law in communist Poland, and shares what she learned writing her most recent book, Fascism: A Warning.

Follow the interviews to hear the thoughts of many Humanity in Action Senior Fellows to be featured.

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