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Democracy Devouring Itself: The Rise of the Incompetent Citizen and the Appeal of Right Wing Populism

@inproceedings{Rosenberg2019DemocracyDI,
  title={Democracy Devouring Itself: The Rise of the Incompetent Citizen and the Appeal of Right Wing Populism},
  author={Shawn W. Rosenberg},
  year={2019}
}
Author(s): Rosenberg, S | Editor(s): Hur, D; Sabucedo, J-M | Abstract: For 60 years after the end of World War II, democratic governance has flourished and expanded its reach. Now it appears this process has stalled and is even reversing in many of the established democracies of Europe and North America. Momentum now appears to be with right wing populist alternatives to democratic governance. In attempting to make sense of these developments, I argue that they are not the result of fluctuating… 
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