New Report - Trump's First Year: How Resilient is Liberal Democracy in the US?

Citation:

John Shattuck, Amanda Watson, and Matthew McDole. 2/15/2018. New Report - Trump's First Year: How Resilient is Liberal Democracy in the US?. Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.
New Report - Trump's First Year: How Resilient is Liberal Democracy in the US?

Abstract:

Declining levels of political participation and public confidence in government in the US are not new, but the populist forces that propelled the election of Donald Trump in 2016 signaled a new level of public disillusionment with democratic politics as usual. There has been a sharp increase in public discontent with the system of governance in the US over the last fifteen years.

A new report from the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy examines the democratic checks and balances in the US, and measures their resiliency in the first year of the Trump administration, comparing US response to illiberal democracies worldwide. 

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: John Shattuck et al. | Feb 15 2018
: A new report from the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy examines the democratic checks and balances in the US.
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