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Post-Election Violence in the U.S.: A Ripple, or a Tsunami


Fierce partisan divisions and social upheaval in the United States are feeding fears of large-scale political violence after the 2020 presidential election. Some describe the expected disorder as a form of domestic terrorism. Others are using the term “insurgency” to describe it, while some people are raising fears of conflict along the lines of a civil war. Join us as we engage in a reality check on the magnitude of the problem we are likely to face.

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