Infecting Democracy
Posted 6 months ago and submitted by John W. Tomac | Share link:

When the pandemic started, leaders around the world were granted the power to implement emergency measures to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Over time, officials started using those tools to wall off critics, defend attempts to hold them accountable for their decisions, roll back civil liberties and consolidate power. All of this is bad for democracy. Columbia Magazine wonders if it can be undone.

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John W. Tomac is an illustrator who specializes in creating conceptual images with a little bit of mid-century styling. John grew up in Stratford, Conn., earned a Bachelor of Fi… Show more.

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