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Populism is a political strategy that purportedly champions the common person, usually in contrast to, or in rejection of elites. Populism can arise from the political left and right, often combining elements of both. Populism can designate democratic and authoritarian movements and typically advocates some form of a direct relationship between the people and political leadership.

How the Catholic Church Evolved to Outlast the Nazis

The 20th century is littered with failed global experiments. The British Empire roared into the century with the wind at its back, only to fall apart. The Russian Revolution promised to inaugurate a century of communist insurgency, but that dream, too, expired. Of all the global projects afoot in 1900, only two really survived to the century’s end.…
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