For all its flaws, liberalism still has a future—it just may look different from what we are used to.
The rise of illiberalism in the West flows directly from liberalism’s failures.
The great question facing liberal societies today is how far tolerance should extend.
A liberalism that fails to come to terms with religion is destined to falter.
America’s hiccups with liberal democracy are nothing that can’t be resolved by doubling down on diversity.
The essence of liberalism is the culture of individual expression, and it’s here to stay.
The Left’s version of liberalism is essential to save the tradition from the corrosive effects of unfettered capitalism.
Though Fukuyama is focused on the threats to liberalism, January 6 shows that the real complaints are with democracy.