Why populism won’t fade soon — and other commentary

Culture critic: Populism Won’t Die Anytime Soon Just as the “1960s” (as a zeitgeist) didn’t begin until JFK’s 1963 assassination and end until Richard Nixon’s 1974 resignation, so the “populist epoch” of the 2010s “may be only beginning,” argues Matthew Continetti in Commentary. Popular rage against elites began with the Great Recession, boiled over under…

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