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Why Andrew Sullivan is wrong about America, Trump, and extreme democracy
In a provocative essay, Andrew Sullivan suggests America is an extreme democracy ripe for tyranny. America’s multiculturalism, sexual freedom, disrespect for any authority or expertise and intolerance of any inequality whether earned or natural characterise its extremism. These characteristics challenge … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, justice, philosophy, public opinion, statesmanship, surveillance Tagged andrew sullivan, Donald Trump, elections, extreme democracy, Hilary Clinton, Trump, tyranny 2 Comments