How Trump is reshaping democracy for the worse

A compelling new book tries to make sense of how Donald Trump’s administration has overridden the traditional norms of US political culture

23rd August, 2020
How Trump is reshaping democracy for the worse
Donald Trump, the US president, is reaping the rewards of the Covid-19 pandemic which allows him to govern unilaterally with few checks, according to Masha Gessen. Picture: Getty

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Surviving Autocracy

By Masha Gessen

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