The Rise of Populism Series: A Conversation on U.S. Populism

The Rise of Populism Series: A Conversation on U.S. Populism

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Following our discussion last episode, The ITS Café embarks on its first podcast series on populism around the world. This week we explore American Populism, the reason for its rise, and what its implications are for the future of U.S. policy.


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Banner Photo Credits:

  1. "Bernie Sanders Rally - Penn State - 4/19/16" by Paul Weaver, Flickr,
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/weaverphoto/26509830996/in/photolist-GozPaE-y3zPAG-GJ6LYF-GJ5MVH-PyLASc-FNKTjT-E98A1E-x7PCfy-EKkDKc-GzRLyW-GzS9w3-EQ9W6E-xHYgNH-xrmsrN-zyjsPx-FNKxuH-GFMVmG-GCeGMR-FNxaqC-FNKYtv-FNxbdu-FwppNA-Djg3ai-vxYAMM-Nt8cWU-AgCjSX-DahY2C-EQWqz5-D3GAGN-Dkf69S-CWjsQe-D3GBKu-D3GBq1-GmJFZm-CWjtcg-GgoXVQ-D9vYQb-zvjhhC-zxgouF-x9BAzw-wUFNaf-HvYUt3-zbodPF-ydwWyL-CZqhVL-DpdJiA-DgXMhj-CZqi8j-CZqgfb-DpdGmE

  2. By Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America - Donald Trump signs, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=50661002

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