Alan Dershowitz

Electile Dysfunction

The celebrity lawyer and #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Case Against Impeaching Trump offers his analysis of the 2016 presidential election.
In the months before the 2016 election, 81 percent of voters said they’d “feel afraid” if either Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton took office—and yet, those were the choices. The American electorate was plagued by a widespread feeling of impotence. And yet, it was one of the most important elections in generations.
In Electile Dysfunction, Harvard Law professor and frequent Fox News commentator Alan Dershowitz looks at what was at stake—with political extremism on the rise abroad and civil discourse on the decline in the US. He then assesses how each candidate related to basic domestic and foreign policy values
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