The Populist Vision

  title={The Populist Vision},
  author={C. Postel},
The Populist Vision offers an innovative re-evaluation. It argues that the Populists were modern people, rejecting the notion that Populism opposed modernity and progress. Looking at Populism as a national movement, it focuses on farmers but also wage-earners and bohemian urbanites. It examines topics from technology, business, and women's rights, to government, race, and religion. 
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Populism and its perils: language and politics
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Populism and Public Administration: Confronting the Administrative State
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Two Concepts of Populism
Rethinking Populism: ‘the People’ as a Popular Identity Subject in Bernie Sanders’ Discursive Articulation
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The Many Faces of Populism: Diverse but not Disparate
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Varieties of Populism: Literature Review and Research Agenda
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Populist Social Movements of the Great Recession
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Islamic Populism in Indonesia and the Middle East
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Corruption, Populism, and Sloth