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Lessons of America's contested election

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WASHINGTON - Faced with a plunging reputation abroad, the United States must clean up its own act at home, says Professor Sanford Ungar, director of Georgetown University's Free Speech Project.

"What this election does above all is to deny America its bragging rights about having the most stable, secure, perfect democracy in the world," said Professor Ungar.

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