The fight over voting rights has taken center stage in Washington. Election law expert Richard Hasen explains what's at stake and why he's looking beyond Congress to preserve free and fair elections in the United States.
As a so-called “never Trump” Republican, David Frum has been a vocal critic of the president from the beginning. In 2018, he wrote a book about how Trump was corrupting the office of the presidency.
Now Frum is back with a sequel that examines how the country’s democratic institutions have fared during this first term and why he thinks many reforms are needed – from how we vote to climate change policy. The book is called “Trumpocalypse: Restoring American Democracy.”
David Frum is a staff writer at The Atlantic and a former speech writer for President George W. Bush.
- David Frum Senior editor, The Atlantic; author of "Trumpocracy" and "Trumpocalypse"
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