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- n. Alternative form of neopopulism.
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Recent sniping between Sarah Palin and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Charles Krauthammer highlights the crucial distinction between rebellious attitudes that attack unfairly arrogated power and privilege and a trendy neo-populism that attacks brains.
As if the discussion surrounding populism could become no thornier, Stein brought up the issue of "neo-populism" in Latin America.
Even so once again I would like to emphasize that neo-populism like populism has a very weak definition.
With a wink and a smile, the Texas governor promised generous tax cuts and portrayed Gore's neo-populism as a return to big-government Democratic liberalism.