Why Populism Bit Back 

Professor Mark Blyth analyses the fall of neoliberalism and the global financial crisis. Giving a poignant and comprehensive argument as to why the stagnating economic conditions and austerity allowed the populism of Podemos, Brexit and Trump to thrive.

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Conor Boyle

Law graduate Trinity College Dublin 2017; Editorial & Marketing at Intelligence Squared. All views expressed here are my own! If you'd like to write for The Conversation Room email: boylec4@tcd.ie

3 thoughts on “Why Populism Bit Back ”

  1. Wow. Lots to talk about. I’ll be sharing this one… with whomever will listen. lol

    (Are there any training videos on how to recognize populist ideology in politicians? I’m tired of trying to explain how Sanders was just as much a populist as Trump… and likely more so! 🙄)

    Cheers!😊

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