Limiting Democratic Horizons to a Nationalist Reaction: Populism, the Radical Right and the Working Class

@article{Mondon2017LimitingDH,
  title={Limiting Democratic Horizons to a Nationalist Reaction: Populism, the Radical Right and the Working Class},
  author={Aur{\'e}lien Mondon},
  journal={Javnost - The Public},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={355 - 374}
}
Since the 1990s, the term “populism” has become increasingly linked to reconstructed radical right parties in Europe such as the French Front National and UKIP. Through its many uses and misuses in mainstream discourse, this association has created a mythology around such parties and their appeal to the “people”. This development has facilitated the return of nationalism and racism to the forefront of the mainstream political discourse and simultaneously obscured the deeper causes for such a… Expand
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