The Revenge of Power
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace scholar Moises Naim offered his thoughts about why authoritarians have risen in power around the world. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. hosted this virtual program.
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Chelsea Lake Staffer Politics and Prose Bookstore->Events
Carlos Lozada Critic Washington Post->Nonfiction Books
Moises Naim Author and Columnist
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