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A guide: Speaking Out to Strengthen the Guardrails of Democracy

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The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Divided Community Project and Ohio State University Mershon Center for International Security Studies

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This guide provides background and offers promising ideas for those willing to speak out the strengthen the guardrails of democracy. It identifies the societal forces that have made the nation’s democracy vulnerable, the markers of a slide from a democracy to an autocracy, suggestions for countering these markers, and promising avenues for communicating in the midst of the information fog. It includes a four-page checklist for speaking out and illustrations of people speaking out constructively.

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