Inversion, Paradox, and Liberal Disintegration: Towards a Conceptual Framework of Trumpism

@article{Morris2019InversionPA,
  title={Inversion, Paradox, and Liberal Disintegration: Towards a Conceptual Framework of Trumpism},
  author={Edwin Kent Morris},
  journal={New Political Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={41},
  pages={17 - 35}
}
ABSTRACT This article puts forward a provisional framework, at best, of Trumpism, in order to explore some of the potential political, social, cultural, and global implications of it. In particular, this article explores Trumpism’s discursive ambiguity: how Trumpism appears to be one thing (for example, populist), and then appears to be another (for example, elitist). The framework draws from a wide-range of reputable journalism and scholarly literature, but notably borrows from Sheldon Wolin’s… Expand
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