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Title: Populism and Tight-Wing Nationalism
Authors: Malhotra, Ankit
Keywords: Populism
Issue Date: 7-Oct-2018
Publisher: Nickeled and Dimed
Citation: Malhotra, A. (October 07, 2018) Populism and Tight-Wing Nationalism.
Abstract: Challenging elites as corrupt and disconnected from common concerns, populists claim to derive their legitimacy from the supposed will of the people, and, usually use their influence to blame some “other” for the ills of the country. The causes and effects of the rise of the populist movements and parties are subject to intense debate: structuralist explanations such as economic insecurity, delayed modernization or uneven globalization stand next to culturalist assumptions.
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