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We're only beginning to understand how our democracy was rigged—and what we can do about it. Nearly every decision the Trump administration and its allies in Congress have made has served a single goal: when you can't persuade enough voters to actually choose your ideas, inflate the share of white people and under count communities of color to hack elections. Ari Berman writes of the dangers ahead in "Hidden Figures" of the increasingly politicized 2020 census. And reporter Andy Kroll, digs into the story behind Cambridge Analytica's rise and fall in "Cloak and Data." Our timeline of how the NRA-Russia dalliance and our investigation of how much further Russian attacks could go shows there has never been a more important time to connect the dots. Read about them in this issue of Mother Jones.