SNF Agora Student Forum: Closing the Civilian-Military Divide
A conversation about ways to strengthen American constitutional democracy, structurally and normatively, against future threats and insurrections
How to Restore the Guardrails of Democracy
"It is one thing to ensure that the rights of political (and other) minorities are respected. . . . But it is quite something else in a democracy to give a political minority the power to rule."
SNF Agora Faculty Members Sign “Statement on the Principles of Democracy”
January 21, 2021
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The Political Economy of Trust: Interests, Institutions and Inter-Firm Cooperation
Power operates in every domain of human life: in families and communities; in social, civic, and economic organizations; and in political states and regimes. Reclaiming democracy means contending with power.
Fixing Democracy Demands the Building and Aligning of People’s Motivation and Authority to Act
Last summer, the killings of two unarmed African American men-Eric Garner in Staten Island, New York, and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri-by white police officers reignited the national conversation about racial inequality in the United States.
Racial Inequality After Racism
Fredrick C. Harris
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