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In a 'grand battle between democracy and tyranny,' Ibram X. Kendi hopes democracy will win the U.S. election
Decades from now, in U.S. history books, three major events will likely sum up 2020: a pandemic, protests & a presidential election. We speak with historian & author Ibram X. Kendi, who says 'If the current president wins, it's likely tyranny & fascism will continue to take hold around the world.'
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