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  • n. A supporter of neopopulism.


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neo- +‎ populist


  • One note addressed to Brown from New York investment banking executive Francis H.M. Kelly presented a four-page commentary on American sociopolitical shifts that discussed, among other things, neopopulist ideology and leverage in the financial system.

    Chase Davis: Jerry Brown's 1979 'Special List' Highlights Eclectic Relationships

  • "If you've paid attention to the presidential campaign, you've heard the neopopulist story line."

    Celeste Whiting: Defending the New Gilded Age--The Audacity of Privilege

  • Let's go to the issue, however, of the middle class just as a neopopulist.

    CNN Transcript Feb 13, 2007

  • By thus contextualizing the historical experiences of rural Americans - even those country-music-lovin 'neopopulist truckers who self-identified as members of Richard Nixon's "Silent Majority" - I demonstrated how rural workers helped to construct, from the 1930s through the 1970s, the economic realities and ideologies of neoliberalism that permeated the entire nation by the 1980s.

    National Coalition for History

  • The shortcomings of "populist", or neopopulist, alternatives to the neoliberal orthodoxy will also be discussed.


  • One of the most striking examples of the (sometimes combined) failure of both neoliberal and neopopulist theories is land reform, which will be discussed in APORDE.



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