After the election, five acclaimed writers give their point of view on where America goes now. Philosopher John Gray argues that apocalyptic forebodings are exaggerated.
As the dust settles on America's most controversial election, BBC Radio 4 asks five writers to give their view of where America goes now.
In this programme, the philosopher John Gray argues that apocalyptic forebodings that a Trump presidency is bound to be a catastrophe are exaggerated.
History has simply moved on, he says, presenting new opportunities along with some familiar dangers.
Producer: Adele Armstrong.