Making Democratic Participation Possible, Probable and Powerful

The Duke Office of Civic Engagement is pleased to welcome Hahrie Han as a distinguished lecturer. Professor Han is a political scientist interested in the relationship of collective action, social change and democratic revitalization, particularly as in pertains to social justice and environmental issues. She examines political organizing, social movements, activism, the politics of social […]

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Living in Illiberal Democracy

Guest post by Leah Abrams T’20 When I was in grade school, I learned the difference between democracy and authoritative government. In a democracy, that shining city upon a hill, the people had a voice in politics. They chose their leaders in free and fair elections, and their concerns were addressed by caring politicians. In […]

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