Andrew Keen is one of the world’s best known and controversial commentators on the digital revolution. He is the author of four books: Cult of the Amateur, Digital Vertigo, international hit The Internet Is Not The Answer, and his latest book How To Fix The Future. Published in February 2018, How to Fix the Future has been called “[a] bracing book” by Walter Isaacson and “the most significant work so far in an emerging body of literature…in which technology’s smartest thinkers are raising alarm bells about the state of the Internet, and laying groundwork for how to fix it” by Fortune Magazine. The book also received a starred review by Kirkus Reviews.
Andrew is executive director of the Silicon Valley innovation salon FutureCast and an acclaimed public speaker around the world. He is the host of “Keen On” show, a popular TechCrunch chat show, and was named one of the “100 Most Connected Men” in 2015 by GQ magazine.
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How to Fix Democracy with Dana Milbank
Season 4, Episode 8 of How to Fix Democracy features Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank, who joins host Andrew Keen to discuss the new voices of the Republican Party, how they came to power, and whether or not the party will be forced to change.
How to Fix Democracy with Rebekah Caruthers
The Midterm Elections Special of Season 4 of How To Fix Democracy features Rebekah Caruthers discussing the implications for the 2022 Midterm Elections and giving advice for citizens on Election Day.
How to Fix Democracy with Darrell M. West
Season 4, Episode 8 of How to Fix Democracy features Darrell M. West, the Vice President and Director of Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. He joins host Andrew Keen to discuss how Trumpism came to be, and how it is influencing the structures of American democracy.
Q&A with Carol Anderson on Democracy, American History, and the Lessons We Can Learn From Antiquity
On September 27, the new documentary I, Too held its international premiere at the Athens Democracy Forum in Greece. Ahead of the premiere in Athens, How to Fix Democracy host Andrew Keen caught up with bestselling author and Emory professor Carol Anderson.
How to Fix Democracy with Dahlia Lithwick
Season 4, Episode 7 of How To Fix Democracy titled "The legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court" features Dahlia Lithwick, lawyer and author of "Lady Justice," who with host Andrew Keen discusses the recent sharp decline of popularity of the U.S. Supreme Court.
How to Fix Democracy with Katherine Stewart
Season 4 Episode 6 titled "Religion and American Conservatism" features Katherine Stewart, the author of The Power Worshippers: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism, who has spent her career reporting on the dwindling separation between church and state in the United States.
How to Fix Democracy with Cynthia Miller-Idriss
Season 4 Episode 5 titled "The Health of American Democracy" features Cynthia Miller-Idriss, director of the Polarization and Extremism Research Innovation Lab (PERIL), and author of "Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right," who has focused her research on these issues and how our society can overcome them.
How to Fix Democracy with Andrea Young
Season 4 Episode 4 titled "Racial Injustice & Voting Rights in the United States" features Andrea Young, the executive director of the ACLU in Georgia and a lifelong advocate of voting and civil rights in the United States.
How to Fix Democracy with Mónica Guzmán
Season 4 Episode 3 titled "Bridging the Partisan Divide" features Mónica Guzmán, the author of "I Never Thought of it That Way," who joined host Andrew Keen to discuss the dire state of the political landscape in the United States.
How to Fix Democracy with Jonathan Rauch and Peter Wehner
Season 4 Episode 2 titled The Crisis of the American Right features authors and researchers Jonathan Rauch and Peter Wehner. Together with host Andrew Keen, they discuss the history and implications of the stark transformation undergone by the Republican Party during and after Donald Trump’s presidency.