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Fixing American Democracy

Scholars with the American Democracy in Comparative Perspective Program at Stanford’s Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law published a series of articles in the latest edition of the “The American Interest,” on the current challenges facing American democracy. In the run up to the U.S. Presidential elections, Francis Fukuyama, Larry Diamond, Bruce Cain, Nate Persily, Stephen Stedman, and Didi Kuo weigh in on polarization, campaign finance, and the structural challenges of reform that grip the American system. This collection of articles outline concrete policy reforms that can improve the performance of the American political system. 


 
 
BRUCE E. CAIN & FRANCIS FUKUYAMA
 
FRANCIS FUKUYAMA
 
LARRY DIAMOND
 
STEPHEN JOHN STEDMAN

 

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