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Josiah Osgood

Josiah Osgood

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Josiah Osgood, Professor and Chair of Classics at Georgetown University, is the author, most recently, of How to Be a Bad Emperor: An Ancient Guide to Truly Terrible Leaders.

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  1. Donald Caesar
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    Donald Caesar

    Feb 6, 2020 Josiah Osgood draws parallels between the American president and some of the most notorious tyrants of ancient Rome.

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    America Boils Over

    Mass protests over racial injustice, the COVID-19 pandemic, and a sharp economic downturn have plunged the United States into its deepest crisis in decades. Will the public embrace radical, systemic reforms, or will the specter of civil disorder provoke a conservative backlash?

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    The Post-COVID State

    Daron Acemoglu

    For democratic countries like the United States, the COVID-19 crisis has opened up four possible political and socioeconomic trajectories. But only one path forward leads to a destination that most people would want to reach.

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