The Riddle of Populism: It’s About Worthiness

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July 25, 2023

This article appears in Vol III Issue II: Populism Though there is some debate about it, populism is generally defined by reference to two opposing groups—the people and the elites. In this arrangement, elites are corrupt and self-interested, and the people are an exploited class, which must be liberated from…

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