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1 Introduction Most scholarly work on populism starts off from a cliché and a trope. The cliché is that populism is popular: 1 Donald Trump, Brexit, European right-wing parties, and protest marches have all been defined as “populist” in recent times, meaning the term is applied

In: Populism

1 Diagnosing Political Danger 1.1 An Indeterminate Subject Matter: Referential Plasticity By no stretch of the imagination is Populism a clear and distinct idea. 1 Just because it is not, it also cannot in principle be used to refer at all precisely to distinct phenomena or applied

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1 Introduction Populism has become a widely discussed topic among scholars of both Western and Central and Eastern Europe over the last decade. One of the main reasons for this increasing interest is the fact that populist parties have obtained good electoral results in many countries during

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