2020: 3/5 Phi Beta Kappa Lecture: The Crises of American Democracy 

March 6, 2020

3/5 Phi Beta Kappa Lecture: The Crises of American Democracy

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During the Trump presidency, the challenges facing our democratic institutions become clear. Voting restrictions, disinformation, and rampant partisanship pose immense threats to the long-term health of our politics. In his talk, Professor Zelizer, Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, Class of 1941 Professor of History and Public Affairs, School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, provided historical context to these issues and offer a path forward after 2020.

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