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The recent electoral success of a party with Nazi origins must be understood as part of the long history of white Swedes’ desire for racial homogeneity.
Rather than seeking to quash "populism," we should broaden our vision of politics and make democracies more responsive to citizens.
A political appeal to “the people” is a central element of democratic societies. Can we imagine a revitalized, multiracial populist politics today?
Germany’s official policy of shame about its past is a model the United States should adopt. But it won’t protect either country from far-right extremism.
The charge of populism says at least as much about those making it as it does about their opponents.
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