Lawrence Douglas

Amherst College; author of the book, “Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020"

Professor of law, jurisprudence and social thought at Amherst College; author of the book, “Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020.” 

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“Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020" is a new book by Amherst College Law Professor Lawrence Douglas.

New book envisions what could happen if Trump loses reelection and refuses to concede

“Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020" is a new book by Amherst College Law Professor Lawrence Douglas.

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