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Over the past 40 years, working-class parties have slid rightward toward neoliberalism and workers have increasingly dropped out of the political process.
A close look at the 1892Omaha Platform, the program of the Populist Party.
Throughout Europe, right-wing populists captured voters from the collapsing center-left, winning legislative seats at home and in the European Parliament.
Because communication is at the heart of any good relationship.
Too often just a term of abuse, some academics have attempted coherent definitions of populism.
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Deindustrialized areas that were once bastions of working-class politics are now playgrounds of the revanchist right.