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  • noun Plural form of populism.

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Examples

  • Our leaders may not know it yet, but this showdown between rival populisms is in fact a battle over political legitimacy.

    Thomas Frank: Wall Street Bonuses Are an Outrage

  • Together, they tell us something about dangerous competing populisms in an age of globalization.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Who Wrote This?:

  • I watched these competing populisms flicker Thursday night at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., when I moderated a debate between independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader and Constitution Party candidate Chuck Baldwin.

    Tighten Your Seat Belts - This Recession Is Turning Into Another Great Depression!

  • Remembering them brings back all the false populisms to flicker across the screen since then, all the stale illusions that brought us to our present disaster -- all the fake cowboys, the folksy radio talkers, the regular-guy billionaires, the middle American tax rebels, the salt-of-the-earth bankers.

    Thomas Frank: Conservatives and Their Pity Parties

  • Our leaders may not know it yet, but this showdown between rival populisms is in fact a battle over political legitimacy.

    Wall Street Bonuses Are an Outrage

  • Populist rhetoric is inherently antagonistic but there are different types of populisms.

    NBC/WSJ Poll: Obama Clings To Narrow Lead Over McCain

  • Remembering them brings back all the false populisms to flicker across the screen since then, all the stale illusions that brought us to our present disaster -- all the fake cowboys, the folksy radio talkers, the regular-guy billionaires, the middle American tax rebels, the salt-of-the-earth bankers.

    Conservatives and Their Pity Parties

  • We have to stand up in front of our national public opinions, not give up to some of the populisms we have in our member states.

    Let them eat cake..

  • Does the reader recalls when the left a-bo-minated Latin-American populisms because they were corrupt reformist insufficiencies and, to add insult to injury, messianic, caudillo prone and philofascist?

    UB313 as a metaphor for Eurochavismo

  • Does the reader recalls when the left a-bo-minated Latin-American populisms because they were corrupt reformist insufficiencies and, to add insult to injury, messianic, caudillo prone and philofascist?

    02/19/2006 - 02/26/2006

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