Unfortunately, when it comes to rising tides of Anti-Democracy, there are no easy solutions. But hopefully some of these materials can help us get a better picture.

Note: I explore thinkers based on one or both of two criteria: Their anti-democracy ideas are (1) in the public record (publications, talks, credible interviews, etc.) and/or (2) being referenced (described, analyzed, etc.) in credible scholarship or news sources as actively influencing contemporary anti-democracy efforts. While I myself find anti-democracy dangerous, it does not follow that someone who explores anti-democracy is dangerous: It is possible that they are or that they are not; but regardless of their intentions, it is possible that their ideas generate dangerous possibilities that they did not envision.

Learn more at the ’emergent’ main page here.

And, some featured shorter writings and resources:

Shocked at Trump’s rudeness? You’re not ‘getting’ what anti-democracy is. Read my take.
Picture of dinner from here. Pretentious “10 Golden Memes” that they whipped up here. Dr. Nese Devenot’s video analysis here.
Blake Masters is just a piece of the Arizona puzzle. NYT 8.15.22