Feb 5, 2018
The United States, this democracy we live in, is often viewed as being in disarray. Many seem paralyzed and unsure how to react to the problems we face, laying the blame on our democracy and the government it provides. Others seem intent on limiting the power of the ballot box and restricting governmental influence. Two authors have come together to write about hope and optimism, and the effort to put resources into valuing our democracy.
Guest: Frances Moore Lappe, co-author of Daring Democracy: Igniting Power, Meaning, and Connection for the America We Want.
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