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Right-Wing Populism

Putting Right-Wing Populism in Context

Where Does Right-Wing Populism Fit in the Political Scene?

Since 1981 when Margaret Canovan wrote her classic book, Populism, scholars have developing a theory of populism as essentially a rhetorical style or frame in which the virtuous "people" are pitted against the corrupt "elies."

Populist movements on the political right are a major study area for Political Research Associates. We hope the following slide show helps you understand populism from the point of view of social movement theory.

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