DA Discussion is back! This month our theme is:
Taking back the White House in 2020: Should the Democrats play it safe or boldly go where they have not gone before?
- Does anyone understand the 2020 race? by Paul Rosenberg
- Conservatives say Democrats should adopt centrist policies if they want to win back Trump voters. But there's a much more effective way for them to defeat Trump by Grace Panetta
- Are our Parties Re-aligning? by David Brady and Bruce Cain
- 2020 and the Democrats’ Theory of Change by Paul Starr
- The Democrats’ Coaltion Could Fundamentally Change by 2020 by Ron Brownstein
- Bernie Sanders is Challenging Two Cherished Theories of Electability by Ezra Klein
- There is Hard Evidence that a Centrist Democrat Would be a Losing Candidate by Keith Spencer
- There Are Really Two Distinct White Working Classes by Thomas B. Edsall
About DA Discussions:
We examine various facets of democracy in group discussions facilitated by political scientist Michael Contarino, Professor Emeritus at the University of New Hampshire.
Contarino founded and directed the Politics and Society program at UNH-Manchester, the UNH-in-Italy program, and the UNH-Manchester Florence program at Palazzo Rucellai. He has taught World Politics, US and World Affairs, International Relations Theory, Politics and Society, Dictatoriship and Democracy, Politics and Propaganda in Film, The Politics of Food, and Business, Government, and Society, among other topics. You can read his full bio here.
Each event will cover a different topic and offer complementary readings. The readings are intended to provide insight into the topic at hand but are completely optional.
All are welcome!
Oelist Finkmüller Coffee in Markthalle
This event is free of charge, but we will gladly accept cash donations from any US citizens who attend the event. Democrats Abroad Switzerland is a volunteer organization that relies on donations to be able to provide outreach, voter education, and voter registration services.
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