Democracy is not on the ballot, but some democracies are

By John Stoehr / November 7, 2022 /

Let’s stop talking as if there were a singular national democracy – as if there were a singular national America – in these United States.

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What do 1,000,000 dead Americans tell us?

By John Stoehr / May 13, 2022 /

The United States are not one.

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Inequality makes oligarchy

By Rod Graham / April 22, 2022 /

Do we really have a political system by which everyone is treated equally and has an equal say in government? Don’t be naive.

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Should billionaires exist? 

By John Stoehr / April 11, 2022 /

Let’s answer that question before talking about “their fair share.”

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Marjorie Taylor Greene has already won. Donate money to win elections, not lose them

By Jason Sattler / March 15, 2022 /

Give money to vulnerable Democrats instead.

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Ten actions every one of us can take to defend democracy 

By Jennifer Mercieca / March 2, 2022 /

Every sector of society is under threat. We must work together.

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Democracy asks ‘the people’ to think of themselves as ‘a people’

By John Stoehr / February 7, 2022 /

Americans rarely do, though.

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The real Americans versus the ‘real Americans’

By John Stoehr / January 20, 2022 /

There can be only one right side.

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America’s future: less democracy nationally, more democracy locally, plus violence and blood

By John Stoehr / December 9, 2021 /

My interview with Sea Change Radio’s Alex Wise.

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The good news is we’re on the cusp of a new way of ordering the American polity. The bad news? We could fall short

By John Stoehr / December 8, 2021 /

Thomas Zimmer: Multiracial democracy will be expanded or aborted.

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