But this crisis is only a symptom, LappÃ© argues. Itâs a symptom of thin democracy, something done to us or for us, not by or with us. Such democracy is always at risk of being stolen by private interests or extremist groups, left and right.Â Â But there is a solution. The answer, says LappÃ©, is Living Democracy, a powerful yet often invisible citizensâ revolution surging in communities across America. Itâs not random, disjointed activism but the emergence of a new historical stage of democracy in which Americans realize that democracy isnât something we have but something we do. Either we live it or lose it, says LappÃ©.
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