Waiting in the Wilderness
Fullers BookshopFrom 1878 to1913 Henry Gardiner worked as ferryman on the mystical Arthur River. Like…
Populism—power of the people—has received a bad rap of late, thanks to the likes of the Brexit movement and Trump. But, as David McKnight argues in his new book, a progressive populism could address the genuine economic grievances of everyday people, without scapegoating immigrants or ethnic minorities. In fact, a progressive form of populism may be the best way of defeating the racist backlash of right-wing populism. It may also be the best way to save the planet.
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