Populism is difficult to define because those who cloak themselves in its meaning and those who oppose it often invent their own definitions that suit their own causes. William Jennings Bryan, a Democratic nominee for President several times at the turn of the 20th century, claimed to be a populist because he wanted the US Government to peg the dollar […]
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Yesterday, Austrians and Italians headed to the polls for two different reasons. Austrians were voting in the run-off election to elect their next President. The choice was between Independent candidate and former Green Party and university economics professor politician Alexander Van der Bellen, and far-right Freedom Party leader Norbert Hofer who led a populist revival on the issues of immigration, […]