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The Populist Zeitgeist
  • C. Mudde
  • Sociology
  • Government and Opposition
  • 1 September 2004
Abstract Since the 1980s the rise of so-called ‘populist parties’ has given rise to thousands of books, articles, columns and editorials. This article aims to make a threefold contribution to theExpand
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Populist radical right parties in Europe
As Europe enters a significant phase of re-integration of East and West, it faces an increasing problem with the rise of far-right political parties. Cas Mudde offers the first comprehensive andExpand
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The ideology of the extreme right
The extreme right party family - the concept of the party family, the study of extreme right parties, putting the extreme right party family to the test studying party ideology, outline of the book.Expand
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Three decades of populist radical right parties in Western Europe: So what?
The populist radical right constitutes the most successful party family in postwar Western Europe. Many accounts in both academia and the media warn of the growing influence of populist radical rightExpand
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The Two Sides of Euroscepticism
This article aims to make a three-fold contribution to the study of Euroscepticism in the wider Europe. First, it presents a two-dimensional conceptualization of party positions on EuropeanExpand
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Populism: A Very Short Introduction
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How Populist Are the People? Measuring Populist Attitudes in Voters
The sudden and perhaps unexpected appearance of populist parties in the 1990s shows no sign of immediately vanishing. The lion’s share of the research on populism has focused on defining populism, onExpand
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The Populist Radical Right: A Pathological Normalcy
In recent years more and more studies have pointed to the limitations of demand-side explanations of the electoral success of populist radical right parties. They argue that supply-side factors needExpand
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Extreme Right Parties in Western Europe
  • C. Mudde
  • Political Science
  • 1 September 2004
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Exclusionary vs. Inclusionary Populism: Comparing Contemporary Europe and Latin America
Although there is a lively academic debate about contemporary populism in Europe and Latin America, almost no cross-regional research exists on this topic. This article aims to fill this gap byExpand
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