It is not too late for American Democracy — yet

Democracy is under attack, in countries around the globe and in the United States. As scholars and directors of Holocaust and genocide study centers at American universities, who were born and raised in East and West Germany after 1945, we are watching the deliberate dismantling of democracy in the U.S. with growing concern. We have learned from German history — at times in personally agonizing ways — that we can never take political stability, free elections and moral fortitude for granted.