Jan 11, 2021
The deadly mob assault on the U.S. Capitol Building was a predictable possibility. Democracy held, but security failed, spectacularly. We need to be better prepared for future acts of political violence.
Brian Michael Jenkins senior adviser to the RAND president, discusses the likelihood of violence that could occur following Inauguration Day in response to election results, and compares the current political climate in the United States to the turbulence of the 1960s and 1970s.