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Populism (U & I)
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|Number of Pages||229|
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A slim yet important book that explains “where democracy ends and populist peril begins”. • What Is Populism? is published by Penguin. To order a copy for £ (RRP £) go to. Today “populism” is seen as a frightening thing, a term pundits use to describe the racist philosophy of Donald Trump and European extremists. But this is a mistake. The real story of populism is an account of enlightenment and liberation; it is the story of American democracy itself, of its ever-widening promise of a decent life for all.
In his recent book, he takes on the contempt that this liberal aristocracy feels towards what they call, populism. Here’s a quote from the book, ‘The People No’, “Opponents of the right should be claiming the high ground of populism, not ceding it to guys like Donald Trump. Indeed, this is so obvious to me that I’m flabbergasted. This “plutocratic populism” that came to dominate the Republican Party delivered far more to the plutocrats than to the populists, although stacking the courts with socially and economically.
Two recent books are typical of the current consensus in presenting populism as a new threat to liberal democracy. But properly understood, it is neither modern nor rightwing. The book’s timing (completed in summer ) rescues them from having to stretch national populism to accommodate Brazil’s new president-elect. Le .
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Taggart’s book is mostly a historical overview of populism worldwide, but it is full of fantastic, small insights. One of the ones I like the best is (paraphrasing) when he writes that populism is politics for ordinary people by extraordinary leaders.
The Oxford Handbook of Populism (Oxford Handbooks) by Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, Paul A. Taggart, et al. Populism is the key political phenomenon of the 21st century. From Trump to Brexit, from Chávez to Podemos, the term has been used to describe leaders, parties and movements across the globe who disrupt the status quo and speak in the name of ‘the people’ against ‘the elite’.
Yet the term remains so. This is one of the best political books I always knew I needed. Ultimately, The Populist's Guide to reminds us that no matter how the elites try to thwart the progress of the majority, our Rising is in our hands." - National Co-Chair Bernie/5().
Moffitt's work is a wonderful book on populism. I love how he has dealt with various seminal works on the topic. However, I hope that in the near future he comes up with examples from political systems and leaders that aren't situated in the geographical by: In his first chapter; "What Was Populism?", Frank writes, "Populism was the first of America’s great economic uprisings, a roar of outrage from people in /5(23).
"Populism is not just antiliberal, it is antidemocratic—the permanent shadow of representative politics. That's Jan-Werner Müller's argument in this brilliant book. There is no better guide to the populist passions of the present."—Ivan Krastev, International New York Times.
1 day ago Anti-populism’s “most toxic ingredient”, Frank writes, is “a highbrow contempt for ordinary Americans”. He has particular contempt for experts, including most of the academic establishment. Jan-Werner Müller’s political science book, What Is Populism.
(), aims to explain what it means to be a populist and how modern-day populist leaders are affecting global politics. Critics praise the book for its timely analysis of world leaders and for highlighting the need for social democracy.
The populist politician is thus able to ride on this wave by aligning the Examining these histories, the authors identified the characteristics typical of populism. Essentially, when wealth and opportunity gaps between the haves and have-nots widen, the common men start to distrust the government and current system, as well as, foreigners who /5.
Overall it’s quite informative book for understanding methods and functions of populist Book provides great number of examples from wide range of political personalities from Donald Trump to Recep Tayyip Erdogan and at the same time offer a good contrasting studies between populism of the late nineteenth century and the European Union of the twenty-first century/5.
Right-wing nationalist populism poses direct attacks on social tolerance, human rights discourse, political debates, the survival of the welfare state and its universal services, impacting on the roles of social work.
This book demonstrates how right-wing nationalist populism can and must be Author: Carolyn Noble, Goetz Ottmann.
“Argues in favor of leftist populism as a means to combat both elitist, neoliberal technocracy and reactionary, xenophobic versions of populism.” – Publishers Weekly “Refreshingly bereft of the sputtering outrage and bafflement that characterizes the growing genre of liberal self-help books, Mouffe channels populism’s agonistic.
This book just describes populism and links it to history (at least in the U.S.). There isn't much analysis or insight though.
No linking of the past populists with the present. Too much mixing of left and right/5. Populism - Paul A. Taggart, Professor of Politics and Jean Monnet Chair Paul A Taggart, Frank Parkin - Google Books Populism is a widely used concept but it is rarely fully understood.
For a term. My first impression was of a very good, thorough book about a century of American populism, with an afterthought of a chapter on –20 that incompletely ties that history to the present.
Müller's depiction of populism as democracy's antipluralist, moralistic shadow is masterful."—Dani Rodrik, Harvard University "This is an exceptionally intelligent book about a notoriously slippery, yet essential, political by: In this book, the author explains why populist forms of political action may yet provide the key to effective policies, which are often discussed but less frequently implemented.
Accessible and trenchantly argued, this book presents a primer for the politics of survival. Populism in the United States has been the subject of continual argument. Depicted alternately as a politics of provincial agrarianism, participatory democracy, or market-oriented modernizers; it has been all these things.
Populism in the US is typically aimed at wealthy elites, yet populists tend to prefer the language of popular sovereignty to class, blurring distinctions in a broad Cited by: 5. Populism is a highly contested concept, however, this book provides a great introduction to understand populism.
Margaret Canovan’s piece on populism (stressed that populism is a shadow of liberal democracy) is a great read as well if anyone wants to dive more into po/5. The word populism is a vague and contested term that has been used in reference to a diverse variety of phenomena.
The political scientist Will Brett characterised it as "a classic example of a stretched concept, pulled out of shape by overuse and misuse", while the political scientist Paul Taggart has said of populism that it is "one of the most widely used but poorly understood political.
Among postwar anti-populists, historian Richard Hofstadter receives particular scorn for his influential book “The Age of Reform” (), which valorized professionalism, pluralism and benevolent. Now, as then, populist demagogues depict politics as a struggle between a corrupt, powerful elite and a good, patriotic “people.” Judis’ book greatly helps to .