Article in Common Cause examining challenges to US democracy argues one-issue politics fuels polarization, doom consensus, and slam the brakes progress.
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Reagan’s Westminster speech wasn’t merely articulating the case for democracy, it was a strategy to establish the infrastructure of democracy, expert.
In a statement October 22, 2019, Karen H. Flynn of Common Cause states Ambassador Taylor’s testimony constitutes mounting evidence for impeachment inquiry.
Dramatic debate between US strategist Stephen Bannon & French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy illustrates intensity of battle for political minds and souls.
“China’s Muslim Uighurs face systematic oppression. Their…province…Xinjiang is a police state – an estimated one million of them…detained in camps…”
Common Cause conveyed a release today recognizing and honoring Jowei Chen, Jonah Knobler, Richard H Pildes, and Caroline Mackie as “Defenders of Democracy”.
On the indictment of 2 Giuliani aides Thursday, part of the Ukrainegate, Common Cause V. P. decries troubling free flow of foreign money into US elections.
Revitalizing political parties would serve to both improve democratic accountability and democratic resilience, says Wilson Center scholar Patrick Liddiard.
If it is the case that “everywhere people are interested in liberty” what are the conditions required for freedom? And how can liberty be made to thrive?
A new paper released by Brennan Center for Justice calls the Supreme Court to create and adopt a public code of ethical conduct for sitting justices.