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What do the Jan. 6th attacks tell us about our democracy?

On the two year anniversary of the January 6th insurrection, Yale historian Joanne Freeman reflects on the enduring legacy left behind by the attack on the Capitol, and what it means for our democracy now: "What the lying did, what the erosion of faith in the democratic process did, was teach people to not trust the electoral process. "

What do the Jan. 6th attacks tell us about our democracy?

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On the two year anniversary of the January 6th insurrection, Yale historian Joanne Freeman reflects on the enduring legacy left behind by the attack on the Capitol, and what it means for our democracy now: "What the lying did, what the erosion of faith in the democratic process did, was teach people to not trust the electoral process. "

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