Foreign Involvement with U.S. Elections: Lessons Learned and Possible Remedies
From the inception of our nation, concerns were expressed about foreign interference with our elections. In fact, the Framers instilled provisions in the Constitution to prevent such interference. Despite their efforts, foreign governments have tried to influence election outcomes in America. Bradley will examine several of these attempts and discern what can be learned from them to develop strategies for preventing future interference and preserving our democracy.
Presented by Robert Bradley, Professor Emeritus, Politics and Government, ISU