Addressing liberal democracy’s inherent vulnerabilities


For all the concern over authoritarianism’s advance, the competence of governance may be what determines the next chapter in the struggle between democracy and dictatorship, according to William J. Dobson, coeditor of the Journal of Democracy.

But if liberal democracy is to pass through the crucible of its present trials, it is essential that we be clear-eyed about what we aim to preserve—and the vulnerabilities that are inherent in our systems, he writes in the latest issue, live @ProjectMUSE and open-access through Aug 15 here:  @NEDemocracy @ThinkDemocracy

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