Category Archives: Populism

Ideology of Anti-populism & the Administrative State

In 2021, Stephen Turner writes an essay called Ideology of Anti-populism & the Administrative State: The people, the state, and expertise form an unstable triad, and relating the three in a coherent way, either institutionally or theoretically, is ultimately not … Continue reading

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What Is Populism?

Christopher Caldwell writes: Americans, living in the home of modern judicial review, will understand that judges are often guilty of trying to correct electoral results that don’t correspond to insider thinking. The civil rights laws of the 1960s, for example, … Continue reading

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