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【英文】布鲁金斯学会报告:如何治愈两极分化的美国(43页)

英文研究报告 2021年02月26日 07:28 1 管理员

While others will record and analyze the minute  details of this dark moment in our history, suffice  to say that every aspect of it pointed to a condition  of national division suspected by many, leveraged  by some, and weaponized by a few; not the least  being the president of the United States. For the  briefest of moments, the executive branch of the  U.S. government forcibly and violently unseated the  legislative branch, engaged in fulfilling its constitutional duty to certify the winner of the recent presidential election. Members of the U.S. Congress  fled or feared for their lives as groups of Trump’s  supporters, many sporting the trappings of the Ku  Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, the Confederacy, and other  white supremacists, forcibly breached our center  of government. For hours they rampaged through  the U.S. 

Capitol building, epicenter of American  democracy, searching for the vice president and  certain members of Congress to do them harm—or  worse—and seeking to prevent certification of the  election of Joseph R. Biden in support of Trump’s  lie that the election had been stolen from him. How could we have come to this moment? What  possible convergence of deep-seated grievance,  frustration, and anger could produce this moment  of blinding fury? Questions with complex answers,  to be sure, but what remains clear is that this was  indeed an inflection point in American history. We  will all remember where we were on January 6,  2021, for everything that follows will be different.

【英文】布鲁金斯学会报告:如何治愈两极分化的美国(43页)

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