High Stakes: Election 2020 Will Define America’s Future Path

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On 3 November 2020, Americans will elect their next president, but this is not the usual electoral contest. In many ways, this election will determine the nation’s economic and political future. The country faces the choice of advancing Trumpian policies or accepting the centrist agenda of Jo Biden, the nominee of the Democratic Party. While both candidates have contrasting approaches to issues of national concern, from civil liberties to climate change, and from the coronavirus to healthcare, this election has turned out to be a bigger contest. In the words of Jo Biden, this is about the “soul of America.” The civil society and the media in the U.S. echo this sentiment but they are faced with the Herculean challenge of defeating a large segment of the population that feels empowered by President Trump, his worldview and policies. Read More…

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