The 2022 Election and the Battle for America's Future: A Conversation with Alex Burns '08 and Jonathan Martin

Description

Associated Program:
John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum
Speakers:
Jonathan Martin
Alex Burns

New York Times senior political correspondent Jonathan Martin and Politico associate editor and columnist Alex Burns ’08 have written a definitive account of the 2020 presidential election, the first year of the Biden presidency, and the deep division between the country’s parties that has brought us to a political breaking point. Join us in the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum for a conversation on the fissures in America’s political system and the future of our democracy.

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