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More than any time in over 50 years, Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign provoked a serious discussion of the threat of fascism at the level of presidential politics. 1 The Donald and the Duce Martin O’Malley twice called Trump a fascist from the stage of the Democratic Party

In: Populism
Author: Meghana Nayak

William E Connolly, Aspirational Fascism: The Struggle for Multifaceted Democracy under Trumpism , University of Minnesota Press, 2017 1 Unpacking Aspirational Fascism Connolly notes that this book went into production just a few days after the white supremacist march through

In: Populism

as an intellectual and political movement denouncing modernization, social plutocracy, and elected oligarchy in the name of ordinary people as the truest and more legitimate people, populism became the name of a form of government after the demise of Fascism. In effect, populism became a regime in

In: Populism
Author: Colin M. Snider

Federico Finchelstein, From Fascism to Populism in History (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2017), pp. 352, $29.95 (hardcover). In the past few years, the rise of right-wing political movements in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere have reignited debates over populism and

In: Populism
Author: Ishay Landa
20th-century European Fascism is conventionally described by both historians and political scientists as a fierce assault on liberal politics, culture and economics. Departing from such typical analysis, this book highlights the long overlooked critical affinities between liberal tradition and fascism. Far from being the antithesis of liberalism, fascism, both in its ideology and its practice, was substantially, if dialectically, indebted to liberalism, particularly to its economic variant. Fascism ought to be seen centrally as an effort to unknot the longue durée tangle of the liberal order, as it finally collided, head on, with mass democracy. This brilliantly provocative thesis is sustained through innovative and incisive readings of seminal political thinkers, from Locke and Burke, to Proudhon, Bagehot, Sorel and Schmitt.
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