Is America Safe for Democracy?

William McDougall

Is America Safe for Democracy?
Legare Street Press
18 July 2023

Is America Safe for Democracy?

William McDougall

Is America Safe for Democracy? is a series of lectures delivered by William McDougall, a prominent 20th-century psychologist and philosopher. The book explores the complex relationship between anthropology, history, and the fate of nations, using the United States as a case study. McDougall's interdisciplinary approach offers a fascinating and thought-provoking perspective on the challenges facing modern democracies.

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