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ENRICH-0003 – 1 Night: Gary Grappo on Democracy (ENRICH-0003_GRAP)

Democracy in a Divided Nation

Polls show Americans divided, seemingly irreconcilably, on a long list of issues: the proper role of government, taxes, health care, abortion, immigration, law enforcement, guns, trade and foreign policy, to name a few. The U.S. Congress reflects these divisions and remains unable to pass legislation effectively addressing many of these concerns. The U.S. president sometimes appears more interested in inflaming than resolving these differences. Is America as hopelessly divided as some claim? If so, what institutions and tools do Americans have at their disposal to foster understanding, address their concerns, and promote tolerance? Join Gary Grappo, Distinguished Fellow at The Center for Middle East Studies, in an attempt to better understand the current state of democracy in America and what may lie ahead.

Mon., 7-9 pm, Nov. 13, 2017
Location: Room 451, Sturm Hall, DU campus
Course Details
Location: DU Main CampusMode of Study: In-personPlaces Left: 41Waitlist Places Left: 10Fee: $20


Days of the WeekStart DateEnd DateTimeVenueInstructor
Monday13th November 201713th November 201707:00PM - 09:00PMSturm HallGary Grappo